Down with worm holes with Hannah Churton aka @the_worm_monger

Down with worm holes with Hannah Churton aka @the_worm_monger Down with worm holes with Hannah Churton aka @the_worm_monger
Down with worm holes with Hannah Churton aka @the_worm_monger

$0.00 / per unit

Category

Duration

1 hour

Location

Online

This workshop is available on demand only

Description

Compost worms are gardening superheroes that, with a little know how, can convert unwanted kitchen waste into black garden gold! If you’d like to learn how to keep your compost worms happy, so that they can be the hardest little workers in your garden, then join this workshop with the delightful Hannah Churton (@the_worm_monger). Hannah will take you down the wormhole into the subterranean world of these marvellous creatures, guiding you through the do’s and don't’s of keeping your own worm farm happy, and healthy at home. This workshop is available on-demand, for you to watch whenever suits you best. Sign up below (or log in, if you're already a Grow It Local member) to get instant access.

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Comments



  • 4 months ago @Colleen Young

    Does this get recorded somewhere so we can watch later?

  • 4 months ago @Angela Taylor

    Would love to see this but it would have to be as a recording. I'll beat work. Fingers crossed. I'll book in anticipation.

  • 4 months ago @Claire Hermans

    I have a tonne of worms in my regular compost bins but would love to set up a bathtub worm farm and extract the worm juice/wee/liquid? Would love to know the best way to do this

  • 4 months ago @Frank Wandoch

    Will this be available as a recording as I will not have access to a computer at this time.

  • 4 months ago @Jim Bailey

    Live events are a pain, we all want the knowledge but we cant all be there. Recording are the way to go

  • 4 months ago @Amanda Schumacher

    My worm compost is always so wet, but I have seen others light and fluffy almost. How do I make mine more like dirt and less like sludge?

  • 4 months ago @Linda Reachill

    @LindaR Look forward to this recording. Thank you.

  • 4 months ago @Linda Reachill

    @LindaR Look forward to this recording. Thank you.

  • 4 months ago @Linda Reachill

    @LindaR Look forward to this recording. Thank you.

  • 4 months ago @Myee Richardson

    I would love to know WHEN to plant vegetables,not Perth,Melbourne,I live around Caboolture,we have clay soil,when it rains it nearly drowns plants,then gets so hot,they are drooping,with the cost of water is another problem,I planted seed potatoes they started to grow then died,the conditions is not even good enough for them,,thanking you,I apologise for ranting a bit

  • 4 months ago @Gabriella Hont

    Keen to hear a detailed explanation of how to harvest and use worm castings.

  • 3 months ago @Tania Shirgwin

    Thank you so much. I was about to throw it all in as I thought I'd killed my worms. But understanding the 4 elements has really helped. Thank you!