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Looking after your wormery in the Spring

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Now Spring is starting to show itself it is time to bring your wormery out of the garage, greenhouse or…

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January in your Wildlife Friendly Garden

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January in your wildlife-friendly Garden You may think that January is a month to forget about the garden and leave…

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Master Composter & Master Gardener Conference 2011

Hi Wigglers How time flies when you’re having fun!? I was just looking back at my last guest post for…

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Your worm composter by Guest Blogger Simon Sherlock

Wormery – if you own a wormery you probably already know to protect it from the elements during the winter,…

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Amazing Ants

This is the time of year when ants all over the country are appearing in a garden or wormery near…

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Cardboard and compost critters

All of the organisms in your composter and wormery need air and a great way to introduce this is to…

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Help, I’ve got ants in my wormery!

Ants in a wormery will eat worm eggs and therefore should be removed. You will need to disturb the nest…

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What’s in your wormery?

In addition to your worms, it is quite likely that you will spot some other beings in your wormery from…

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Help, my wormery is too wet!

One of the most common queries we get here at Wiggly Wigglers is about moisture levels in wormeries. When a…

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Composting for Beginners

A question often asked is, “Why compost at all?” Well, the answer is simple. Over 50% of household waste is…

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