Library of Resources

1st pic is a mushroom growing in my worm bin. 2nd pic is a basket of morel and oyster mushrooms I picked.
1st pic is a mushroom growing in my worm bin. 2nd pic is a basket of morel and oyster mushrooms I picked.

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Clive_A._Edwards – Vermiculture Technologies

CompostingwithWorms.3.26.11_000

Final Seattle Tilth Worm Composting Bin

Manure Comparison

Rabbit Manure Details

http://cwmi.css.cornell.edu/compostbrochure.pdf (how to compost)

http://duval.ifas.ufl.edu/documents/CompostingwithWorms.3.26.11_000.pdf (basic care instructions)

Here are some more .pdf files. Mostly related to gardening. Kind of a hodge-podge of information.

55_uses_of_biochar

All Biochars are Not Created Equal,

Bread From Stones

BuildingSoilsBetterCrops

Certified Organic Potting Mixes

fieldHorsetail

EVALUATION OF DAIRY MANURE COMPOST AS A PEAT SUBSTITUTE

Mycelium_Running – Paul Stamets

LowCostWormCastingHarvesterThe Basics of Biochar

Manure Comparison

The One Straw Revolution

The Basics of Biochar

terrapreta

2 thoughts on “Library of Resources

  1. Ok guys and gals.

    Out of everything I have just posted for you all to read. The Clive Edwards link is the ultimate authority on how to raise worms. Very informative and thorough. Might be too much for some to read in it’s entirety, however, it is broken up into chapters fairly well if you have a specific question you are trying research.

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