A Simple Giude To Worm Farming

A Simple Giude To Worm Farming

Worm farming is an easy way of turning your left over food scraps into rich soil. You can also use the worms for whatever else you might need them for. Worm farming can even be a full time income, if you get a good guide.

What you need to get started.
You will need either a wood or plastic container. I use a Rubbermaid container that is about 7 inches deep, 14 inches long, and around 9 inches wide. It doesn’t really matter what size the container is. If this will be an inside worm farm you will need a water tight container. You will also need to make sure the container is not clear. You can use tape or newspaper to wrap around the outside to block out the light. You must also make sure the area you store your container in doesn’t have anything vibrating around it. Worms hate vibrations and will try to crawl out of the container.

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Information On The Lego Farm Collection

Information On The Lego Farm Collection
The Lego farm collection is part of the Lego City range. It contains various sets allowing children to build up an extensive farming complex, complete with a barn, cow shed, grain silo and accessories like a riding mower and a tractor.

The basic Farm set contains 609 pieces. These pieces can be made into a barn, a grain silo and a cow shed. There is also a winch and hook for moving hay bales around and a tractor with two workers. A dog and two cows are also included.

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