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English - Easy Guide to Worm Farming

English - Easy Guide to Worm Farming

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Published by: Delaware Center for Horticulture on Aug 18, 2010
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Published byDepartment of Environment and Climate Change NSW59–61 Goulburn Street, SydneyPhone: (02) 9995 5000 (switchboard)Fax: (02) 9995 5999 TTY: (02) 9211 4723Email: info@environment.nsw.gov.au
DECC 2009/283 ISBN 978 1 74232 226 1 April 2009 Printed on 100% recycled paper
The easy worm farm fix-it guide The easy worm farm fix-it guide 
Worm farms are easy to look after – you will onlyneed to spend a few hours maintaining your worms.But sometimes there can be problems. Some commonproblems and their solutions are listed here.
My worm farm smells
Your worms may be overfed or too wet.
Fix it 
 
Feed your worms slowly andgradually build up the quantity. Make sure your worm farm is well-drained or your worms may drown.
My worms won’t multiply
Worms need the rightconditions in order to breed.Keep them cool (the idealtemperature is 18-25
O
C);moist but not too wet; awayfrom direct light; and feedthem foods that do not causeacidic conditions (fruits, grainsand sugary foods can beacid-forming).
Fix it 
 
Keep your worm farmout of direct sunlight
.
 Keep it covered and welldrained. Add a sprinkling of woodash, dolomite or lime every few weeks to preventthe worm farm from becoming too acidic.
Going onholidays?Feed moist paper.
Fix it 
 
Keep a lid on your worm farmor underfelt cover over the foodscraps. If your worm farm sits on legs,place each leg in a bowl of water.
Unwelcome visitors?
Ants or cockroaches maybe a bit of a nuisance butdon’t worry – they won’tharm your worms.
Vinegar flies?Add lime.Too acidic?Add paper.
Easy worm farmingEasy worm farming
Create your own Eden
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