Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Wormery

It sounds like a plan in my book to sort out a new category for Guerrilla Podcasts : Worm Casts.  As Me & Lou start out on a new journey into the unknown making our very own, home grown worm bin / worm farm in Salford.

So whilst Lou and I get ready to welcome more than a few worms into our backyard.  Look forward to starting a brand new category for Guerrilla Podcasts, just maybe you’ll know better than I what will happen next?  Whilst I get my head round using OpenShot editor for the very first time to help us keep a video record of what, when & why we did whatever?

Lou Keeps an eye out on what's whatLou’s camera shy as always and more than a few of you know she’s always on hand with a gentle nudge and more than likely keeping a watchful eye on proceedings whilst we do what we do!

This time we’re sorting out our home grown wormery.  Just maybe a worm farm could be in the offing in the backyard!

What do i know?

Well not a great deal some may say. But at the end of the day, I do know that the soil needs a bit of a kick on the nutrients front for next year and the idea for starting the wormery / worm bin was born.

Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Wormery

Beetroot growing in the bedding boxes

Off course making room for new memories is a damn good thing and that’s a sound way forward for Worm Casts?

Looking forward to new beginnings and a new journey into the unknown is always interesting with more than a few twists most likely along the way?

Desire, Determination, Personal Motivation & Self Improvement are the driving goals behind Guerrilla Podcasts and learning by doing is something that works for both Me & Lou.  Who said you can’t teach an old dog new tricks?Home Grown Rhubarb

At the end of the day, if you don’t know the pitfalls, what’s to stop you having a go?

You just may do the right thing after all!

Anyways, I’ve been researching the whatever’s for time and getting me head round terms like Environmental Management, Vermiculture, Vermicomposting, Black Gold / Worm Tea etc, etc.

You both know that there’s a wealth of information in t’internet land that will help you achieve your goal and whilst I’ve been clocking the in’s & out’s of how to start looking after worms.  I discovered a great pdf download available from Washington State Department of Corrections.  The following user’s manual for the vermiculture program was prepared by inmates working at WSRU : WSRU Vermiculture Program : Manual of operations Many thanks in advance from this side of the coil for the wealth of information that you’ve made available.

Home Grown Peppers I’ve said before Me & Lou are learning by doing. Growing veg in the backyard that we’re going to eat.”

No surprise really that it’s done now’t but bounce down for time in Salford and with more than a few technical / unforeseen difficulties to overcome recently it’s meant that this weekend’s the first time we’ve got the video working in a while.Home Grown Butternut Squash

As you may see from the photo’s some of the veg love the wet weather and are growing well in the backyard and the spuds in the bath are coming along nicely.

Now to look into what to do in the next few months as the temperature drops there be another learning curve in progress.

Lou drinkingSo for the now, whilst Lou empties that bucket in the backyard.

Guerrilla Podcasts Home Grown Wormery is underway and who knows what will happen next?

Home Grown Worm BinAs always we’ll continue Doing What We Do?  Moving forward with something new.

Not quite following the rules, ’cause to be fair, we don’t know which rules we’re supposed to follow?

Long May That Can Do Attitude & Positive Thought Process Continue …. :)

Nice One for thy time

~ Inabit ~