Build a worm farm by outfitting an opaque, vented storage container with shredded newspaper, a few handfuls of soil, crushed egg shells, and fruit and vegetable scraps. Add the worms, cover the container and add more scr... More »

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Starting a worm farm requires a habitat to rear and sustain the animals. A container or bin that is opaque, at least 8 inches deep and aerated with 1/4-inch holes is an adequate enclosure. Add damp compost or decomposed ... More »

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To build a worm farm, gather two plastic bins, a flower pot, a drill, shredded newspaper and some household food waste. Layer the bins one inside the other, using the flower pot as a divider, and layer the shredded newsp... More »

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To build a plastic compost bin, use a drill to make holes in a plastic storage bin or trash can, add dirt or top soil to the container, and then add fruit or vegetable scraps. Shake the contents thoroughly to mix them. K... More »

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Starting a worm farm requires a habitat to rear and sustain the animals. A container or bin that is opaque, at least 8 inches deep and aerated with 1/4-inch holes is an adequate enclosure. Add damp compost or decomposed ... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Bugs Worms

To build a worm farm, gather two plastic bins, a flower pot, a drill, shredded newspaper and some household food waste. Layer the bins one inside the other, using the flower pot as a divider, and layer the shredded newsp... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Bugs Worms

A worm has a simple life cycle, as it starts inside an egg cocoon, hatches into a small worm, grows larger and becomes sexually mature, mates with another worm and creates egg cocoons. The cycle then repeats itself with ... More »