Break Down Kitchen Scraps By Worm Farming

Worm Farming

According to the EPA, the average family of four produces more than one ton of food waste each year, and it works in any setting. One pound of Red Wigglers (the most common vermicomposting worm) can consume up to one-half pound of food scraps per day. The end product of their mealtimes is nutrient rich “castings.”

Worm composting is a great way to break down kitchen scraps

 

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