Crazy Q&A Podcasts – Session #5

It’s been quite some time since my last “Crazy Q&A Session”. Part of the problem was that I was holding out until I “had the time” to get the RWC podcast set up properly (in iTunes and all that jazz).

Finally it dawned on me – “why wait?!”

The “real” podcast format will come at some point – I promise you that. But for now I’m just going to continue doing what I’ve been doing!

Today’s session features someinteresting topics! Here’s the run-down:

– How much is “too much” as far as egg shells are concerned (revisited)
– Lime is a salt??! Whooda thunk it! (not all salts are created equal though)
– Fuitflies (uhhhgain) and castings turned to rock
– How long can a vermicomposting system be kept going?
– Can bokashified (that’s a real word – honest! lol) wastes be vermicomposted?
– Worms as food…(Duhn, Duhn, Duhn!!)…for HUMANS!
– Vermicomposting diapers (a look at the do do’s and don’t don’t’s of the concept)


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Comments

    • John Duffy
    • January 8, 2013

    Hi Bentley,
    I really enjoyed the podcast tonight. As always, I learned some things and that always makes for a good day!
    I got a bit tickled as you were answering the diaper question…Let’s face it, poop is poop. It has its’ merits & challenges.
    Well done!

  1. Good stuff Bentley. The Q&A format is ideal for you.

    Regarding NOT being able to see the play button, anyone using a flash blocker like NoScript might have this problem too. I know I have to disable the blocker to see the blue download button.

    • docdoc
    • January 15, 2013

    Hi Bentley,
    I enjoying your podcast as always in a car. Length 30 min is ideal for me.

    your right “why wait”, technical stuff will be solved somehow…

    Apropos “Worms as food”
    I just finished Worm book
    http://www.amazon.com/The-Worm-Book-Gardening-Composting/dp/0898159946/

    and on the end they have some recipes… ๐Ÿ™‚
    so I remembered you podcast…

    thank you for the audios!

    • kiera
    • January 29, 2013

    In regards to fruit flies, has anyone tried using spiders as predators? I have a Worm Inn with an enclosed fruit fly population and I am wondering if adding a garden spider could help to curb down the population. Any thoughts on this?

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