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How the Hungry Bin Works: Benefits Over a Batch Tub Vermicomposting System

Diverting organics from landfills are an important step towards sustainability. Are you passionate about reducing waste, feeding the soil, and living sustainably? If you’ve already dipped your toes into vermicomposting with a Rubbermaid tub, you might be ready to upgrade to a more efficient and user-friendly system. Enter the Hungry Bin—a continuous flow vermicomposter that […]

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Mysterious Missing Worms in Your New Vermicompost Bin

Have you recently embarked on the rewarding journey of vermicomposting, only to find yourself worried that you are missing worms? Are you puzzled by the apparent disappearance of your new wriggly friends from their new home? Fear not, fellow composters, for the mystery of the missing worms is not as alarming as it may seem. In fact, it’s a common scenario many new vermicomposters encounter and, more often than not, a sign that things are going just as they should.

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Setting up your New Vermicompost system: A guide for new Worm Parents

Setting up your new vermicompost system is an exciting step towards a more sustainable lifestyle. It’s a unique blend of science, nature, and a bit of magic as you watch your kitchen scraps transform into a rich, nourishing soil amendment. But before you welcome your wriggly friends into their new home, there’s a bit of

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International Compost Awareness Week May 5 - 11, 2024

Celebrating Soil Health during International Compost Awareness Week – May 5-11, 2024

Once a year, there comes a week that turns the spotlight onto one of the earth’s most vital but often overlooked resources – soil. Yes, I’m talking about International Compost Awareness Week! Here at Worm Wrangler, we’re not just participants; we’re enthusiastic cheerleaders for the soil health movement – All. The. Time! Why? Because we

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The Ultimate Guide to European Nightcrawlers: Fishing Superstars and Earth’s Secret Gardeners

In a world that’s increasingly concerned with sustainably sourced food, organic gardening, and even recreational fishing, the European nightcrawlers are right there in the spotlight – or beneath it, nestled in the moist earth, doing what they do best. Here’s everything you need to know about these low-key superstars and why they’re earning a place

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Worm Wrangler Joins AgScape!

Exciting news for all our green-thumbed friends and environmental enthusiasts! The realm of sustainable education just got a little richer and a lot wigglier. That’s right, the Worm Wrangler is excited to contribute to agricultural education by joining AgScape as a supporting member. as a new member, and we’re here to spill the soil on

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Unlocking the Power of Mycorrhizal Fungi For Transplant Success with Root Rescue

Imagine a tiny but mighty underground hero, a natural ally that could revolutionize the way you transplant and nurture your green companions. This isn’t the plot of a fantasy novel—it’s the reality of mycorrhizal fungi, nature’s own super-charged root booster that empowers your plants to flourish from the get-go. Dive into the fascinating world of

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African Nightcrawlers: A great choice for fish bait, pet food and Vermicomposting.

African Nightcrawler (ANC) (Endrilus eugeniae) worms are becoming more widely known in the worm world! Their impressive size, rapid reproduction rate, and ability to quickly transform compost make them an excellent choice for vermicomposting, especially for those who are interested in a worm that is large enough to use as fishing bait or to feed

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the Organic Council of Ontario: Why Worm Wrangler is a proud Member!

Organic agriculture is becoming a widespread practice across the world. A growing number of people are interested in knowing how their food is grown and produced, making organic farming an increasingly popular alternative. The Organic Council of Ontario (OCO) is a non-profit organization that promotes organic farming practices in Ontario. In this blog post, we

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