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The Worm Farming Revolution Book v2

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The Worm Farming Revolution Book teaches you everything you need to know about raising worms in order to grow amazing plants, recycle kitchen scraps, or grow your own fishing worms.

This is one of the most comprehensive worm farming books on the market written by a guy with years of practical and hands on experience (and still doing it too).

It’s a Return to the Founding Principles of Successful Gardening and an almost lost art our forefathers past down to us.

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The Worm Farming Revolution Book v2

 

The Worm Farming Revolution Book V2 teaches you everything you need to know about raising worms in order to grow amazing plants, recycle kitchen scraps, or grow your own fishing worms.

This is one of the most comprehensive worm farming books on the market written by a guy with years of practical and hands on experience (and still doing it too).

It’s a Return to the Founding Principles of Successful Gardening and an almost lost art our forefathers past down to us.

 

Table of Contents

Preface
Introduction

 

Ch1 Etymology

 

Ch2 Types of Worms & Groups
Anecic
Endogeic
Epigeic

 

Ch3 The Anatomy

 

Ch4 Reproduction Cycle

 

Ch5 Worm Castings

 

Ch6 Pros & Cons of Chemical Fertilizers

 

Ch7 Worm Tea
Soil Application
Foliar Spray

 

Ch8 Worm Food

Manure
Dog/Cat Manure
Ruminant Manure
Hot manure
Cold manure
Identifying Cold Manures
Where to Get Manure

 

Ch9 Preparing Worm Food
Natural Feed
Manure
Minerals (19 types)
Proper Mineral Use
A Stern Warning to the USA

 

Ch10 Setting up A Worm Bin
Let’s Build A Worm Bin Together
5 Basic Principles to Worm Composting
Choosing a Location
Outside Systems
Indoor Systems

 

Ch11 Many Types of Worm Systems
Static System
Flow-Through System
Continuous Flow-Through System
Various Homemade Worm Bins
Bin Systems 1-7
Various Commercial Systems
Bin Systems 1-5

 

Ch12 Worm Species
Red Wiggler, Eisenia Fetida
European Nightcrawler, Eisenia Hortensis
Blue Worm, Perionyx Excavatus
African Nightcrawler, Eudrilus Eugeniae
Canadian Nightcrawler, Lumbricus Terrestris
Alabama Jumper, Amynthus Gracilus
Choosing the Right Species

 

Ch13 Worm Farming in the Winter
Natural Heat
Insulation
Types of Bins for Winter

 

Ch14 Leachate vs Worm Tea
What is Leachate
What is Worm Tea
Using Leachate Properly

 

Ch15 How to Make Worm Tea
Video Tutorial Links
Text Tutorial

 

Ch16 Harvesting worm Castings
From a Static Bin
From a Flow-Through
From a Continuous Flow-Through

 

Ch17 How to Use Worm Castings
In Landscaping and Gardens
In Seed Rows
In Starter Pots
Mixing Ratios
In Lawns

 

Ch18 Storing Worm Castings
Storing Indoors
Storing Outdoors

 

Ch19 Working With Other Organisms in the Worm Bin
Common Friendly Organisms, cause & Solutions
Common Unwanted Pests, cause & solutions

 

Ch20 Worm Facts

 

Ch21 Worm Farming – The New Gold Rush Case Studies of
Real” People with “Real” Worm Businesses

 

Cases 1-3

Timeout – Make Money in 6 Different Fields of Vermicomposting

 

Cases 4-6

Helpful Print Outs In the back and throughout
Mineral Guideline Chart  (19 minerals)
A 5-Step Approach to Any Successful Worm Bin
Worm Quick-Pick Easy Selection Guide
Worm Facts
Foods To Avoid In A Worm System
Fat Worm Recipe
Growth Rates & Reproduction Cycles of Common Composting Worms

 

Glossary
Worm Farming Terms

 

References & Attributes

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