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Using your Compost - As an Organic Soil Improver

Worm compost is very rich in nutrients and organic matter and can be used as an excellent medium to grow plants in. It is rich in soluble plant foods and its fine crumbly texture will greatly improve soil structure. It is not necessary to sterilise the compost before using it in the garden, its bacterial content comprises beneficial species which will not harm your plants. It can be used in all the situations where compost is normally used, for example when planting seeds or shrubs; or as a top dressing for fast growing plants.

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COMPOSTING WORM FACTS AND TIPS | WIGGLY WIGGLERS VIDEO

In this video, Heather provides you with a whole heap of facts and information about our wiggly Composting Worms PLUS a tonne of tips on how to look after them and how to know if they are happy :)

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Meet your New Wormy Friends!

If you're looking to get started with Worm Composting, please Wiggle on over to https://www.wigglywigglers.co.uk/wormeries.html​ and take a look at our Urbalive Worm Composters!

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GET STARTED WITH BOKASHI | WIGGLY WIGGLERS VIDEO

In this video, Heather explains how to get started with composting with Bokashi, what you'll need, what to expect and how long it will take. (Spoilers: It's super simple!)

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HOW do I decrease the moisture level in the wormery?

Higher moisture is good for the production of worm tea, but an excess of anything is damaging. You can reduce moisture by adding materials that bind moisture, such as paper towels, newspaper, egg crates and similar dry material.

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