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Why is a compost heap so good for my wildlife garden?

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We all know the benefits of a compost heap in terms of enriching the soil, adding organic matter and recycling…

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Save up to £16 on a Bokashi Composting Kit with our Wiggly Deal of the Month

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For One Month Only – Save on Bokashi Composting Kits! Pickling Waste Bokashi is a Japanese term that means “fermented…

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Composting in an Apartment

With more and more people in the UK house sharing or living in an apartment, the space outside is increasingly…

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Terry Walton writes about Bokashi

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THE BOKASHI What a strange name for a bucket sized composter that in my case sits outsides my kitchen door….

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Latest Wormery review.

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Latest Review on the Wiggly Website – Thank you Sonia. “I have had various versions of wormery from Wigglys over…

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How to deal with your kitchen waste with Bokashi

New videos are here at The Wiggly Cinema (which also works on your iPhone)

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Composting Worms

Worms such as Eisenia andreii (commonly known as red worms or “reds”) and Eisenia hortensis (these are often called “dendras”…

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