There’s still snow on the ground, but I know that spring is finally coming to Minnesota because I FINALLY saw a crocus peeking its head out of the ground this week!
So perhaps you wonder from time to time what garden professor types get excited about. Well, here’s an example. Tomorrow I’ll be meeting up with a friend of mine, Meleah Maynard, which is nice, we always have a good time chatting, but I’m especially excited because she’s bringing me some drippings from her vermicomposting. Hooray, worm juice! I’ll be taking it to the lab and then running some tests on it to see what it has in it in terms of nutrients. After I get the results in a couple of weeks I’ll give you the information (maybe even compare it side by side with urine – that would be fun!)
4 thoughts on “Worm Juice!”
Yes, fun! I can hardly wait!
I look forward to the F/U article to see if I should get into vermicomposting or just continue using the mature compost in our compost bins.
I’ll be eager to see the results of the analysis. I’ve been using worms to compost in my apartment for over a year now.