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Regen Farming & Hedging Update

Heather explains the Regenerative farming journey that we are undertaking here on Lower Blakemere Farm and what that means for Wiggly Wigglers too. She also gives an update on where we are with planting our hedges, bought with the money raised by our customers over the past year! For more info on our Hedge Fund pop on over to https://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/page...

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How many worms do I need to start my Subpod Mini?

Although we don't currently stock the Subpod Mini, we do sell the worms and supplies to get your kit started and up and running. 500g of Composting Worms is the perfect amount to get your kit going. This is around 800 to 1000 worms. Our composting worms are mixture of species (mainly reds and dendras) selected for their composting ability. Sometimes composting worms are known as tiger worms, brandlings, reds and dendras. All work really well in your wormery and we use a mix as some worms prefer slightly more acidic conditions so a mix is beneficial. If you're looking for a bundle of everything you need, why not...

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There's no time like the present to start composting!

Wether you want to compost garden material or kitchen waste, it can be hard to know how to start and what method to use. Luckily our Wiggly Weekly Emails are packed full of composting tips and tricks to help you get going and keep your composters healthy :)

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Top tips about bird boxes

    • Bird boxes should face between north and south-east.

    • Place nest boxes at least 2 metres above the ground to protect against predators like cats.

    • Most species of garden birds prefer to nest in isolation, so place your boxes at least 15 metres apart. Sparrows, however, are communal, and like to nest in adjacent boxes.

    • Avoid any disturbance in the spring or early summer. Disturb as little as possible at other times as birds often like to roost in nest boxes, especially in the winter.

  • If you would like to clean out your bird box in preparation for next year's nest, do so around September time to be sure that all nesting activity has finished.

View our full range of Nesting Solutions here https://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/collections/nesting

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