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DIY Compost Bin with Composting Grubs
Posted by Critter Depot on
DIY Black Soldier Fly Compost Bin What if you could have a compost bin that could do way more than just process your kitchen scraps? What if, for example, it also produced liquid fertilizer and feed for your chickens, reptiles, and other pets? If that sounds too good to be true, we’ve got great news. You can accomplish all that with hardly any effort by making a compost bin designed specifically for black soldier fly larvae. It’s cheap, easy, and does the hard work itself. Let’s find out how. What are Your Composting Goals? With our black soldier fly compost...
Worm Composting with Worms
Posted by Feeder Crickets on
A Beginner's Guide to Worm Composting Worm composting sounds like an advanced endeavor, but really all you’re doing is providing a great home and food for some composting worms. A good vermicomposting unit can turn table scraps into a great source of compost for your soil. So let’s take a look at what you’ll need to begin. The Needs The Bin: The first thing you’ll need is the compost bin, what type is up to you. There’s commercially available units, you can build something, some people even do just fine with an old dresser drawer or fish tank. You’ll want about...