Large Scale Worm Composting with David Davidson

In this latest “Walk the Talk” clip, Hugo noticed the flower boxes that David
has around his composting bins.
David explains that in Malcolm Beck’s book on compost, Malcolm says that some
people smell with their eyes not their nose so he grows flowers around
the compost to make it pretty to the eyes!

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Unique to Farming Secrets is his Film “Composting With Worms Made Easy” and “Compost Worm Secrets Revealed for Easy and Profitable Farming

David Davidson – Composting With Worms Made Easy About this Film “Composting With Worms Made Easy”Once you have a worm farm not only do you have your own compost and fertiliser maker, you also have a ready disposal of all your waste – well most of it anyway. David also states that you are also reducing the affect of global warming by reducing landfill. Keeps your council happy too!Yonke Cane is a neighbour of David and Beth’s who is passionate about sustainable living. She readily took up David’s help to establish a worm farm which she set up using straw bales. It is large enough to take all the household waste and is kept moist with the houshold’s grey water. Her children love it and happily help Yonke in the veggie garden which thrives on worm tea. Healthy too!
About this Film “Compost Worm Secrets Revealed for Easy and Profitable FarmingCompacted soils and rising costs of fertilizers are frequently occurring problems which plague most farmers. Discover the secrets of worm composting with David Davidson and start reaping the benefits of worm castings, worm compost and worm tea for all growers.
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