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January 26th, 2017

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Walnut Shell Vermicomposting?

Another “zipper bag worm bin” experiment I’ve decided to try is a system using walnut shells as a primary bedding (and maybe even food eventually) material.

I’ve been eating more nuts as part of an overall “improve my health” (which is just fine – thanks for asking – but there is always room for improvement) plan, and walnuts have become a favorite. The ones with shells on them are naturally the cheapest at the store – and in my humble opinion, the quality of the nuts inside is better – so those are the ones I tend to gravitate towards.

Being the worm-head that I am, seeing all the walnut shells piling up in my kitchen scrap bags got me wondering (more…)

Written by Bentley on January 26th, 2017 with 2 comments.
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