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The Worm Ladies are all about composting with red wiggler worms!

We are your best resource for everything regarding vermiculture: the practice of raising red wiggler worms to consume food scraps and some

other household waste, thereby reducing our dependence on landfills and lessening our impact on the environment.

The Worm Ladies:

        A testimonial on the worm ladies castings

Hello Wormladies,


      I have been carefully brewing and analyzing "Actively Aerated Compost Tea's" as part of an initiative to develop a well rounded,

diverse, and effective soil/foliar inoculants. In a recent test I replicated two identical brews to examine the effects of using commercial

worm castings vs. your worm castings. The commercial castings I purchased came from a local hydroponic shop. When I ran the first

brew with these bag-bought castings, I was very disappointed in what I saw under my microscope. Quite frankly, there was not much

life. After I finished the same cycle with your castings, I was amazed! Just one drop of the tea contained an incredible abundance and

diversity of bacteria. It didn't stop there; I witnessed large populations of different types of protozoa including flagellates, ciliates, and

amoebae. Fungal content was impressive, and I even saw 'bacterial feeding' (the good kind) nematodes! Tea made from your castings

FAR exceeded the quality of tea made from the commercial castings. I am excited to see such a valuable resource produced and sold

locally; keep up the good work!



Sean Ryan


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The surprising facts about food waste:

• The average U.S. family of four produces about 2,000 pounds of food waste each year.
• According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, food waste is the third largest category of municipal solid waste (MSW) in the U.S., accounting for about 13 percent of MSW material.
• Americans throw away more than 25 percent of the food we prepare, according to a study by the U.S. Department of Agriculture.



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