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Re: Vermicomposting

Posted: March 10th, 2016, 12:41 am
by naheerameer
It absolutely skipped my mind to read this forum. I actually did try to locate the red worms and succeeded. My family friend brought back live worms from one of his trips to Europe. The worms unfortunately did not live for very long. I think the compost here may not be conducive to their growth or the weather didn't suit them because the compost did turn out good but the worms died and fossilized.

Re: Vermicomposting

Posted: March 10th, 2016, 9:23 am
by talha.bin.ayub
Activities like these make me question my own interest in gardening. There r people toiling on non-essential but beneficial diet for their plants.
Kudos! Yet, plants should be the best judge of the results...


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Re: Vermicomposting

Posted: March 10th, 2016, 9:28 am
by Izhar
naheerameer wrote:It absolutely skipped my mind to read this forum. I actually did try to locate the red worms and succeeded. My family friend brought back live worms from one of his trips to Europe. The worms unfortunately did not live for very long. I think the compost here may not be conducive to their growth or the weather didn't suit them because the compost did turn out good but the worms died and fossilized.
why you expect earthworms from cold Europe to remain alive in our hot region?? Red wrigglers are not at all necessary, just use any native earthworm...

Re: Vermicomposting

Posted: May 13th, 2017, 6:30 pm
by Bilalhaider
From where I can get the earthworms? As normally they are not on surface?

Re: Vermicomposting

Posted: January 18th, 2019, 12:21 pm
by sara
Any luck ? Let us know the update