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Friday, February 12, 2010

Vermicompost Universal fertilizer

Worm fertilizers is very flexible. It can be used for a variety of perennial plants, whether for seasonal plants or short-term plants.

Vermicompost which we produce is organic fertilizer that has a higher nutrient content than regular fertilizer. It also does not harm humans, livestock or plants because it has not used any chemicals elements. If you are interested in planting a flower either for sale or self-use and we encourage you to use compost fertilizer.

Worm Compost fertilizer can be found in the store or ordering from agricultural producers in fertilizer near by.

How to take care of Plants?
Different flower different threat. Some flower not produce flowers. It might be just a green leaves. Combination of soil is important also soil PH (too acidic or too alkaline). Normal PH should be 7. Moisture also important in order the plant to grow well. For nutrients content you can use vermicompost. Apply twice per week or where necessary.

Chinese New Year is around the corner and you may want to rearrange your home landscape, this is time for you to look for perennials flowers and start to decorate. Don't be surprise if your visitor give your a praise, this is a time for you to proud what have been you done. Self-satisfaction.

Before this article end and if you look for comprehensive about prennial plants you may like to visit George Top Garden.

Good luck with your landscape.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Runaway Worms

I was purchasing African Night Crawler (ANC) few weeks ago. The weight is 2 kilograms. The owner is so generosity and give extra 200 grams of worms.

So i was put in to my new bin consist of goat manure,news paper,chicken's egg shell,kitchen waste,EM and worms booster.

Seem like good for first day, but after weeks they try to escape from the bin. The worms climb the bin and crawl near the bin mouth. Some of them manage to escape from the bin to the ground.

At first time i was taught not enough of 'food' or may be population density but isn't.

So i make a call to the seller tell about the situation and he say the worms need ventilation (oxygen). Now i figure out what is the problem. My bin are tight (sealed by rubber) and not enough for air to get through.

This is my first lesson.