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In this 7-minute video you’ll learn the basics of composting, common challenges and solutions, and how to put your compost to use once it’s finished. This video features farm planners Alan Shank and Caitlin Price-Youngquist from the Snohomish Conservation District.

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Build of a flow through vermacomposter (worm Farm).
This is a very large vermacomposting system where the bottom has a grate and bar that pushes the compost out the bottom of the unit allowing for just additional compost material to be added to the top.

Setting up a new worm bin, using aged grass, cardboard and newspaper, in a 5 gallon (20 litre) bucket.

Dolomite and zeolite is added as PH buffers (neutralises acidity as it forms) – and for grit. If you didn’t use these put a handful of sandy gritty soil in, the worms need grit to digest their food. (You can ignore the zeolite, I have an addiction to using it lol)

All materials are pre moistened, I add castings to the water I am soaking it in to increase the microbes etc in the bedding more quickly.

If you don’t have castings you can use some rich garden soil or finished/semi finished compost from your compost bin/heap. The idea is to put in things that are “alive” as much as possible.