The Worm Book: The Complete Guide to Worms in Your Garden
After spilling the secrets of natural pest control in "Dead Snails Leave No Trails", Taylor and Nancarrow are back with this handy and comprehensive guide that celebrates that modest hero of the new organic gardening revolution: the worm. Topics include building a worm bin, making a yard and garden worm friendly, vermicomposting, and more.
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I am in the process of buying a house -- with a yard! I've never owned a real yard. And it's almost spring, and I had to run an errand near a book store yesterday. So I now possess a half dozen books about gardening. This is a cute little book about earthworms. It has a chapter on earthworm biology with pretty and informative drawings, several chapters on maintaining an earthworm bin, a chapter on critters that are found in the vicinity of earthworms, a chapter on homegrown methods of discouraging various pests. Also a chapter with earthworm recipes which, setting aside the squeamishness factor, I will ignore because the methods for killing earthworms seem cruel (freezing or boiling). In sum, a useful book even if I never raise earthworms deliberately, but just want to be aware of what's going on in my yard. (read 18 Feb 2009)
Review: The Worm Book: The Complete Guide to Gardening and Composting with WormsUser Review - Michael Flanagan - Goodreads
Why read a book on worms I hear you say. Because worms are amazing creatures and I wanted to learn how to become a worm farmer. I read this book because I was looking for information for a proposal I ... Read full review
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