wormcast


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wormcast

a coil of earth or sand that has been egested by a burrowing earthworm or lugworm
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You add cooked and uncooked food into the top tier, and the worms work their way up to the food, producing wormcast, which is liquid fertiliser and compost as they break down food.
Chris Beardshaw has won Gold at Chelsea Slower Show with his Wormcast Garden.
Q: My lawn is infested with worms which, in this damp autumn, have covered the surface with nasty, sticky wormcasts.
But wormcasts can be a problem for many, as they form perfect seedbeds for weeds, so they need removing from the lawn with a stiff broom before the first mow.
Wormcasts are a problem for many and need removing from the lawn with a stiff broom before the first mow.
Farmyard manure is a rich organic matter product but needs to be composted to stop it scorching plants, while wormcasts are high in humus, with high water and nutrient-holding capacity.
WORMCASTS can be a nuisance about now, but did you know.
5KEEP cutting the grass with the mower at a high setting but gather the leaves first and brush off wormcasts.
Wormcasts need removing from the lawn with a stiff broom before the first mow.
WORMcasts can leave the lawn looking unsightly, especially when squashed by the mower.
LOTS of you have written asking where to get Worm Clear Plus to get rid of wormcasts.
We have a wormery which takes kitchen waste and turns out soggy wormcasts for the soil and litres of high-energy liquid plant food.