Over-width truck loads of Wool packs have been identified as a significant traffic issue in New South Wales. and this issue along with better wool pack designs is being investigated by the Australian Wool Exchange Ltd (AWEX) as a service to NSW growers.
Firstly, AWEX is undertaking a review of the wool pack standard. This . . . → Read More: Finding a better Wool Pack Design
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Changing Farm Practices
While Australian farm soils are generally low in worm numbers, researchers have shown that it is possible to increase populations significantly with ‘conservation farming’ practices. Reducing cultivation with direct-drill seeding and retaining stubble after harvest will encourage additional earthworm activity, through minimal soil disturbance . . . → Read More: Earthworm Farming Systems
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The Sovadec Institute of Environmental Technology,Montelimar, France, has a commercial waste disposal unit solely driven by worms, handling 35,000 kilos of domestic garbage every day. The system was commissioned in September 1991 and performed so successfully, the capacity was doubled within six months of opening.
The worms are . . . → Read More: Commercial Waste Disposal Units
As you establish your fishing worm market, you will gradually develop as a natural corollary the bulk worm beds with a population of assorted sizes and ages ail together in the same bed, You can, of course, start a bulk worm business without entering the fishing worm market.
You can sell . . . → Read More: Cultivating Bulk Worms
Starting the Bed
When you have built your bed, put in a layer of bedding (feed) about 100 mm deep and give it a thorough soaking. Allow it to drain for twenty-four hours before you introduce your worms. When the time comes to put your worms in, simply sprinkle them across the surface. . . . → Read More: Wormcare
No comparison can be drawn between castings and superphosphate or any other fertiliser.
Any such claim would be made in ignorance and irresponsibility and be entirely without basis.
Castings, because of their unique biological and organic composition, stand completely alone as a soil conditioner.
At Maryborough (Victoria) where I live just about all . . . → Read More: Earthworm Summary