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Comments for The Omlet Guide To Worms And Composting

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Babette, 28 May 2020

How do I get an order of worms from your company and the dirt or compost that you would put the worms in the growing out how do I go about doing that.


Tony, 16 May 2020

I’m starting a chicken-coop I’m interested in your auto coop door opener/ worm casting and other natural ways.


Farmtech, 29 May 2019

Qorm composts is one of the best way to add beneficial microbes to the soil. I will be starting mine soon. Thanks for the post.


Pippa, 20 May 2019

How do I get hold of a ‘hungry bin’?


Bryce, 15 February 2019

I'm very interested in get the best results with less hands on.


Ciaran, 19 September 2016

Hi! Im looking for a hungry bin (wormery bin). do you have one is stock? Thanks Ciaran


Accommodating, 27 October 2013

I worry that having one or more of them in my bare hand will diminish their protective moist slip-and-slideness. And on top of that: they TICKLE. So I try to be prepared for not even just one or two that I've found in some unexpected place and have it/them in a pleasant way, until I can get it/them into something mutually acceptable. Thank you, Alex Duncan