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Worm tubes. put vegetable scraps; the worms then come into the bottom of the tube, eat through the scraps, and move out into the garden to deposit their castings

Worm Tower - Drill lots of holes in a pvc pipe. Bury all but 6 inches in garden. Place kitchen scraps in the hole. Worms will come in and eat and then transfer the goodies throughout the garden.

Use pinecones in the bottom of a pot - makes them much lighter, better draining! Better than rocks as this can just get dumped into the compost at the end of the season!

A House for Insects by Neudorff: Many insects are indispensable partners for organic gardeneing and are threatened by the massive use of pesticides and insecticides. This 'House' is specifically designed for nesting and hibernating insects and encourages crop pollination in the garden where it is installed. #Organic_Gardening #Insect_House

Worm Tower - a great illustration showing how to integrate compost worms into garden with a continuous food source. Compost worms do not get enough to eat if you just throw them into soil.

Worm Tower - Drill lots of holes in a pvc pipe. Bury all but 6 inches in garden. Place kitchen scraps in the hole. Worms will come in and eat and then transfer the goodies throughout the garden.

Grow almost 50 strawberry plants in less than a square yard of space...such a wonderful idea

While researching ideas for my vegetable garden I came across an idea which would help to keep my garden rows neat and take care of some of the...

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Look! Small Space Tiered Planter

Micro-farming includes finding ways to maximize available but limited space. This is a rather clever idea for folks who want to try farming on an average city lot or smaller. :)

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Worm Cafe - Compost with earthworms right in your garden

Compost right in your garden!

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Composting with a PVC worm tube

Composting with a PVC worm tube | Offbeat Home This is SUCH a good idea. I wonder if the worms wouldn't just find it themselves and buying more worms wouldn't matter? Anyway, it covers a 4 foot square area (the worms work their feces into the soil themselves.) so 2 in a 4x8 foot raised bed would do nicely??

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