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Monday, December 31, 2007

Happy New Year!

Happy New Year! Sister and Bartlett

Roof Top Gardens Here

When space is limited, sometimes a gardener must take to the roof. Around the world resourceful gardeners are turning what would otherwise be an overlooked and underutilized area into a place of beauty and serenity. Plus, you'd be amazed at the amount of fruit and vegetable you can coax out of these small spaces. It appears to be possible to grow anything on your rooftop! I found this web site 'GrowSpot.com with information on growing a garden in limited space. Go here for the whole story. http://www.thegrowspot.com/know/f5/rooftop-gardens-from-around-the-world-54020.html

Thursday, December 27, 2007

Plastic That Grows On Trees

ScienceDaily (Jun. 15, 2007) — It has been an elusive goal for the legion of chemists trying to pull it off: Replace crude oil as the root source for plastic, fuels and scores of other industrial and household chemicals with inexpensive, nonpolluting renewable plant matter. Go to Science Daily here to read the whole story. http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2007/06/070614151749.htm

Wednesday, December 26, 2007

Winter Worm Care

You can continue worm composting all winter long if your bin is in an area that does not freeze (a pantry, laundry room, basement, or heated garage or porch). Or, you can let your worms rest through the winter outside by burying the bottom half of your bin in the ground and piling straw or leaves around and on your bin for insulation. You do run the risk of losing your worms outdoors during an uncommonly cold winter. Get more good Worm information here.

Tuesday, December 25, 2007

Merry Christmas and Good Blessings in 2008

Merry Christmas to All and Good Blessing in the next year. This is the time of year to send friends and loved ones 'Good Blessings' for the coming year. May 2008 be filled with 'Good Blessings' to all. Love, Sister and Bartlett

Friday, December 21, 2007

Poinsetta Care

Poinsettias are a widespread Christmas tradition both for gift-giving and holiday decorating. Yet many of these lovely plants end up in the trash once the holidays are over. Your poinsettia will not only make a beautiful indoor plant all year long, but can also be coaxed to bloom again each year in time for Christmas. At the Helpful Gardener.com Site you can find lots of great garden and plant info. Click here. http://www.helpfulgardener.com/container/2003/poinsettia.html Click here to return to our main Worm Guys Site www.wormguys.com

Thursday, December 20, 2007

Christmas Tree Tips

Tips on Decorating Your Christmas TreeOnce you've chosen your Christmas tree, you're in for some fun. With so many choices of ornaments, garlands, colors, and decorations, you'll have decisions to make. Read our tips on decorating your Christmas tree before you start. You'll create a treasure for the whole season! Click below for Christmas Tree Tips, or www.wormguys.com to return to our main site. Thanks.

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Make Garden Lanterns

'Fine Gardening' has a great article on creating Garden Lanterns. Check it out and get all the instructions in this magazine here. http://www.taunton.com/finegardening/how-to/articles/garden-lanterns.aspx?nterms=74888
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Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Christmas Photos

Monday, December 17, 2007

Fishing In Arkansas This Week

Beaver Tailwaters - Angie at Beaver Dam Store reports good fly fishing on WD 40 s, midges, Copper Johns, scuds (copper ), Fergus BW Bugs, Woolly Buggers, and Hot Wire Princes. The top lures are Rapalas (rainbow, brown trout ), spoons (watermelon buoyant, red buoyant, rainbow, brown trout ) and ginger / olive micro jigs. Bait anglers are using wax worms, night crawlers and Power Bait (red, sunrise, sherbet, pink, orange ). Check out this site for fishing information in Arkansas. http://nwanews.com/nwat/Sports/60230/ Buy Great Fishing Worms/Bait--European Night Crawlers at www.wormguys.com

Understanding Worm Castings and Compost Tea

We all enjoy a good cup of tea--even our garden. Good compost, worm castings or vermicompost added to the soil carry to the root zone a rich compliment of soluble plant nutrients and growth enhancing compounds, a diverse and populous consortium of microbial life and a substrate of organic matter harboring a storehouse of nutrients that are not lost to rain and irrigation. The plant is delivered an ongoing, reliable food source when bacteria and microscopic fungi feed on the organic matter, releasing some of the nutrients to the soil and storing others for their own energy and reproduction. When nematodes and protozoa in turn feed upon them the nutrients stored in the bacterial and fungal bodies are released to the soil in a plant available form. According to Dr. Elaine Ingham, when soil, compost or castings support protozoa numbers on the order of 20,000 per gram of solid matter, 400 pounds of nitrogen per acre are released through their predation of bacteria. When we feed organic matter to the soil, the soil life feeds nutrients to the plant. Click here to return to our main Worm Guys Site. http://www.wormguys.com/ Thanks.

Sunday, December 16, 2007

Climate Changes

WORMS--Great Gift Idea

Worms are in the News today.
People are still looking for gardening gifts. Well, there is always the gift of help in the garden.
More and more, shoppers are finding it is hard to match those snappy electronic gadgets, flat-screen this and HD that with something related to plants and gardening.
Click here for the whole new's article.-- http://www.adn.com/life/story/9516958p-9427618c.html Or click www.wormguys.com to return to our main Web Site.

Saturday, December 15, 2007

Composting in the News

We all know why we should compost - a constant supply of organic matter is the gardener's version of the magic wand, helping out with every horticultural headache, from nutrient deficiency to drainage. Home composting is the cheapest way to acquire this invaluable substance.
Then there's civic responsibility. More than half of our domestic rubbish consists of garden, kitchen, paper or card waste - all of which can be composted. Yet 75% of municipal waste ends up in landfill. Click here for the whole article.
http://lifeandhealth.guardian.co.uk/gardens/story/0,,2226889,00.html and click www.wormguys.com to return to our main Worm Guys Web Site. Thanks.

Friday, December 14, 2007

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What to Feed Your Worms

This list I found online from the University of Illinois. They have lots of information about worms and also have information in Spanish. This is a great kid's Web Site as everything is made easy and simple. Click here to go to their Site. http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/worms/neighborhood/20-buryfood.html Thanks.

Thursday, December 13, 2007

Homemade Drip Irragation System

YOUGROWGIRL has this great information on building a homemade drip irrigation system. From this site, "One of the best ways to provide a steady water supply to your plants without your constant attention is the gradual watering system or drip irrigation. Through this method a device is employed that slowly delivers water into the soil directly around the roots. Commercial watering spikes can be purchased from you local garden centre however, using recycled materials you can make your own drip irrigation system for free. "Click here for instructions.---

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Digging Worms in Ireland

Tuesday, November 27, 2007

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Saving Water--Mulch

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Monday, November 26, 2007

Gardening In A Draught Info and Tips

Saturday, November 24, 2007

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Christmas Fun

Wednesday, November 21, 2007

Starting Seedlings

Tuesday, November 20, 2007

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Prapagation 101 Video

Monday, November 19, 2007

Spiral Island-Eco-Friendly Green Living

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Sunday, November 18, 2007

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To return to our main site--Click here www.wormguys.com . Plants are happy with compost tea as you can see in the picture.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

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'Worms Are Really Neat.'

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Worm Castings Video

Tuesday, November 6, 2007

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Friday, November 2, 2007

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Compost Tea Video

Thursday, November 1, 2007

Welcome to Worm Guys!

Welcome to Worm Guys. I'll post info on compost gardening, raising worms for soil amendment and compost tea or for fishing.


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