The Composting Method Utilizing Red Worms is a new innovative method for composting with worms.
Inventor Wilfred F. Hoath of Fort Nelson, BC has created a new innovative method for composting with worms!
Current composting methods can cause odors, wet, soggy, or slimy heaps, and insect infestations such as pill bugs and sow bugs. Additionally, bacteria that breaks down organic material may be severely hindered in freezing temperatures. In turn, Inventor Hoath created the Composting Method Utilizing Red Worms. This is the new way to compost!
This clever new method involves cardboard composting with Red Wiggler worms. Layers of damp cardboard are layered with grass clippings, vegetable scraps, or other perishables. Worms are added and will multiply quickly. Worms, mold, bacteria, and oxygen get in between each layer of cardboard. This method can be done year-round and outdoors with no heating and in minus 40 weather! The Composting Method Utilizing Red Worms is a fantastic fertilizer and reduces methane gas, garbage cost, garbage in landfills, and smell! Act now!