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  • Royston-Petrie Seeds P.O. Box 1152 Ph: (61) 2 6372 7800
  • Cornucopia Seed Cornucopia Seeds and Plants Ph (03) 5457 1230
  • Select Organic M.S 905, Lower Beechmont 4211 Organic Seeds
  • GreenHarvest 52 Crystal Waters, M.S. 16, MALENY 4552 Ph: (07) 5494 4676
  • Greenpatch PO Box 1285, TAREE, NSW 2430 (02) 6551 4240
  • The Italian Gardener Allsun Farm, PO Box 8050, Gundaroo, New South Wales, 2620 (02) 6236 8173 Italian vegetable seeds
  • Kings Seeds PO Box 2785, Bundaberg, QLD 4670, Australia Tel: 07 4159 4882
  • Phoenix Seeds PO Box 207 , Snug, TAS, Australia 03) 6267 9663 Only postal Very unusual seeds
  • Diggers Fantastic company become a member and help them in their work, they have two sites, St Erith (nr Daylesford) and Heronswood (Mornington Peninsula) and when you become a member you get sent out a free magazine / newsletter
  • Eden Seed M.S. 905, Lower Beechmont 4211 (07) 5533 1107 Lots of information botanical and taste
  • The Lost Seed The Lost Seed PO Box 321 SHEFFIELD TAS 7306 ph: 03 6491 1000 Has a selection of very rare vegetables, and a great free download of sow what when chart

Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Worm Farm

On Sunday the Geelong Organic Gardeners paid a visit to Wormlovers, which is in Ocean Grove, fantastic operation and very inspirational. I bought 1000 worms and am in the process of setting up a worm farm from old nursery trays and a black plastic bin.


Anonymous said...

I have just realised, we have no local worm suppliers here, you have to travel to the city to get them...hmmmm....small business for my 15 year old son perhaps, he loves the wriggly things LOL

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Garden4Life said...

I'm so happy to see someone write about their worms. :) I have some and plan on placing mine under my rabbit hutches. For now, they're in an 18 gallon tote indoors where the temperature is better for their reproduction through the winter. I hope to have mine outdoors by spring.
What is the tubing you have? Drip lines?

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