Eco Valley Worms owner Greg Wallace reveals information on composting with worm farms and the role it plays in reducing global warming for a greener future. A worm farm is an easy way to recycle food and green waste and reduce greenhouse gases.
The case study also explained that a worm farm is a fantastic way to recycle food and green waste by turning your waste into nutrient-rich fertiliser for your plants and soils. A worm farm is an easy DIY project that anyone with a backyard can create which is family and pet friendly.
Worms eat organic waste and turn it into worm castings (the organic material that has been digested by the worms). The worm cast can then be used in gardens and in pot plants to keep them thriving.
Eco Valley Worms owner Greg Wallace says there are many people looking for insights and answers about Composting with Worm Farms. This case study reveals in a practical way what’s possible with the right information and guidance.
Worms and worm farming is a natural recycling method for turning waste into a useful product. Using worm cast in the garden also increases the soils ability to retain water, which in the dry Australian climate is a necessity for healthy plants. It also leaves the environment healthier for the next generation of gardeners.
Greg Wallace said “Recycling with worm farms is a simple way that everyone can help reduce the risk of Global Warming and improve our world from our own backyards.”
Eco Valley Worms was founded in 2008 and serves the Australian Worm Farming community. It is a known Supplier of quality fresh compost worms, fishing worms and worm farm kits.