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)

NOTE: If you are viewing this post on a phone or tablet, you might NOT see the play button (since it uses flash). Hopefully the blue download button will show up so you can download the file to your device (should end up in a “downloads” or “music” folder). If you don’t see ANYTHING, try refreshing the page.

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    • 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

    and on the end they have some recipes… 🙂
    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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