Benefits of Worm Compost are real, measurable and a lot less expensive

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David Davidson is not just a worm farmer but a microbe farmer and ​says that ​the worms are the vehicle to bre​e​d the soil microorganisms in the whole soil foodweb. In his interview he talks about using a Brix meter (refractometer) to measure the plant’s ability to photosynthesize. It has been said that insect pests will not attack plants that have a brix reading above 12. David is producing plants that are resistant to insect pests saving him both time and money as no sprays are needed. He also talks about how to measure using a brix meter and how little it is going to cost to start investing in this type of system.
Reference: ABC News New South Wales Country Hour

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One Response

  1. Hi Dave

    I am beginner in creating compost. I collect earthworms from ground and put them in tub container together with food scraps, wet newspapers, dry leaves, egg shells, leaves cuts too
    I am renting at the moment and my aim to do composting is to prepare soil in the new house would be (next March 2021 will be ready) where I am planning to have vegetable beds. I am a bit confused on which technique to compost. Heard about vermicompost, worm farms, heat compost.
    Wish to learn from you about it.

    Thank you in advance

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