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Currently, government instruction is for online companies to stay open where they can work within the strict social distancing rules in the workplace. As a very small farm, we have implemented every procedure to look after our team - whether that is working from home or a very strict 2m rule and we have all the facilities and space we need including handwashing/hand sanitiser gloves and so forth. To that end, we are open with restrictions on product and despatch. Of course, we know how much it can mean to someone stuck at home to receive flowers and so we...
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One of the most common queries we get here at Wiggly Wigglers is about moisture levels in Wormeries When a wormery is placed outside water can penetrate the lid via the ventilation holes, so it is always preferable to either store it under cover or put a rain cap on the lid. However, water is also being produced inside the wormery. The moisture content of the food waste being added to the wormery is 80-90% and, in addition, water (along with carbon dioxide), is produced as the worms and micro-organisms break down the waste. Whilst the water that has passed...