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Old 02-20-2013, 02:24 PM   #63
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The Worm Book For Beginners: 2nd Edition (Revised) : A Vermiculture Starter or How To Be A Backyard Worm Farmer And Make The Best Natural Compost From Worms (Backyard Farm Books) [Kindle Edition] Frank Randall (Author)


http://www.amazon.com/The-Worm-Book-...154606011_f_32

HERE'S THE LINK FOR HIS FREE BUTTERFLY BONUS BOOK IN PDF, IF YOU DON'T WANT TO SIGN UP FOR HIS NEWSLETTER...

http://dl.dropbox.com/u/18540696/Bac...-Gardening.pdf


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From the author of the #1 Amazon Bestseller 'The Bee Book - An Apiculture Starter' comes this brand new introductory guide to home worm farming.

Free Gift with Every Purchase!

All purchasers are now entitled to download a brand new bonus, The Backyard Farm Book of Butterfly Gardening - absolutely FREE! (See back of book for details)

Hello!

Thankyou for taking the time to look at my book.

Are you tired of hearing about the awful effects of chemical-based fertilizer on your local environment?

If so, would you like to find another way?

Well, your search is over!

The best way to avoid the hassles of chemical fertilizers is to make your own organic fertilizer at home - all you need is a worm bin.

Worm composting (or vermicomposting/vermiculture) is the practice of using worms to break down kitchen scraps, and to turn those scraps into nutrient-rich garden compost. It is an ecologically sound way to eat healthier foods, throw away less waste and spend less money.

I have written this step by step guide on worm composting for all of those who are tired of gardening with harmful chemicals. In its pages, you will find out how many worms you need and what kind. You will also find out how to obtain and maintain your worm bin.

What bedding will your worms like? How do you make that bedding? What foods can your worms eat? What foods are hazardous to them? How do you keep pests out of your worm bin?

The answers to all of those questions and more will be revealed.

Most importantly, my book will tell you when and how to harvest your compost for use in the garden. You'll be amazed at all of the benefits that vermicomposting can offer, whether you're dealing with seeds, seedlings or full-sized garden plants.

This easy to read, beginners book, summarizes the essential information I have learned over the years, and is written to help you integrate worm composting in to your daily routine.

Best wishes,

Frank

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