here we go, I got the basic designs from this website
, it was nice and simple and cost effective as you can use old pieces of wood and make the size to fit accordingly. The only cost was TOP2.00 for the nails and TOP12 for the mosquito net.
I drilled more holes in it than suggested as our climate is hotter, it is placed out of direct sun under a mango tree.
|Am wondering if I should paint it?|
The worms will share my kitchen compost waste just not from acidic or citrus families! And of course nothing happens now without my little helper Nikki, who kindly carried coconuts in case I needed them.
I could not take photos of all stages as the wind was blowing everything around, after the newspaper I added some soil and compost as well as shredded cardboard and food. The newspaper was moistened for the worms comfort!
|My gorgeous helper.|
|Newspaper with mosquito net bottom|
Just hoping with Cyclone Evan
lurking it remains in place and does not get blown away.
I love trying this projects as experiments to what and how we can do things here, they are great small ways to encourage sustainability and better gardening practices without using fertilisers and chemicals.
|Quite a nice little area for a worm garden!|
Again, I send my thoughts to those affected by the Cyclone in Samoa and for the Niuas and Fiji in the upcoming days. At present Vava'u will not be directly affected, but we are keeping a close eye on the way it changes.
Thanks to my husband as always for his support in my trials! xx
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