Friday, January 16, 2009

Why can't I wait for Monday?

I'm really excited because I've just ordered one of these and it arrives on Monday. I'm not going to say anything more because I'm sure I will be mentioning it again next week.
However, I wonder if anyone else has one and if so are they successful??

PS Embee if you read this I hope you are going halves with me!!

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At 16/1/09 11:38, Blogger MarmiteToasty said...

Oh Oh Oh its a wormery, your gonna have a wormery..... ok, now I want one lol.... what fun..


At 16/1/09 12:03, Anonymous EmBee said...

As to the going halves - does that not depend a bit on how much and who is going to have to do the work!!!!? Love

At 16/1/09 12:05, Blogger Luminata said...

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At 16/1/09 12:25, Blogger ChrisB said...

Marmie I have been wanting one for a long time as our previous composting efforts did not work -we had a rat you might not have been reading my blog back then and got rid of it!

Embee I'm sure it wont be you as you are not here during the daytime!

Luminata thanks for the visit. I did visit you but sorry I am not doing much commenting at the moment.

At 16/1/09 12:25, Blogger Asha said...

I am guessing here but it looks like wine or Beer maker or something like that!! I will wait for Monday to be safe! :D

Have a wonderful weekend, see you on Monday.

At 16/1/09 12:38, Blogger ChrisB said...

Asha I will reveal more next week. have a good weekend.

At 16/1/09 14:10, Blogger WT said...

They were all the rage here a few years ago.

At 16/1/09 14:26, Blogger karisma said...

Ahem, don't forget to feed them daily! Or they will abscond and take up residence elsewhere! (As Karismas did! Woops! Our garden on the other hand is laden with worms!)

At 16/1/09 14:57, Blogger D.D. said...

Wow. Great one. I'm also excited for you! :D Hope everything goes really well!

At 16/1/09 15:37, Blogger Molly said...

I have not had that specific wormery, but I had raised worms in a homemade bin with relative success. Maybe I will do that again in my classroom. It was fun and interesting.

At 16/1/09 16:19, Anonymous Hannah said...

My Mum has one of these (thogh a little smaller) and has had a lot of success from it, though found it produced a lot more liquid than she anticipated!

At 16/1/09 16:33, Blogger Beckie said...

I do not have one of those, but I do raise worms. My worms are alive and well fed (at least the last time that I checked them). I can't wait to hear more about the contraption!

At 16/1/09 17:24, Blogger john.g. said...

Wormeries work really well Chris, a few of my friends have them!

At 16/1/09 17:27, Blogger Sabrina said...

Hope it works well!!!

At 16/1/09 18:25, Anonymous Karmyn R said...

Awesome. I bet it will work great - considering that earthworms would come right up into our compost bin when we had one.

Keep us updated on how it works

OH - and your geranium - bring it in and cut it back a bit. See how it does.

At 16/1/09 19:24, Anonymous jettied said...

i have no idea what will you do with the the worms if its a wormery???

At 16/1/09 19:24, Blogger ChrisB said...

WT I don't know anyone who has one so no idea if they are popular here.

karisma it's because we don't have much of a garden that I want to use this method of getting rid of veg waste. If they escape they will likely die!

DD & Beckie I'll let you know how things go!

Molly I think it would be just right for a school project.

Hannah- I must save some containers- maybe I could bottle it and sell hehe!

John I'll get you to ask for advice if I get stuck!

sabrina thanks.

karmyn I'm hoping for great things so hope I'm not disappointed.

At 16/1/09 21:50, Blogger Beccy said...

I have loads of worms in my compost bin and they came free from my garden!

At 16/1/09 21:58, Anonymous Kila said...

That's something that just hasn't caught on around here, though it should.

We had a great composting pile "out back" when I was a kid.

At 16/1/09 22:49, Blogger Mal's Team Gherkin said...

Worm Farming? is it tax-deductible? [giggles happily]

Mal :)

At 17/1/09 02:55, Blogger cookiecrumb said...

Oh, boy! Worm poo juice. And it even comes with a little spigot.
(You will tell Beccy that they are different kinds of worms, yes?)

At 17/1/09 05:39, Blogger Pamela said...

I hope you mean EmBee is going halves with money and care.. and not cutting the worms in halves.

At 17/1/09 06:08, Blogger Debbie said...

Looks cool. I'm interested in finding out how this works out for you.

At 17/1/09 15:59, Blogger giants fan said...

that seems like fun!

At 17/1/09 16:47, Blogger ChrisB said...

beccy as CC says they are special worms!

CC I will take a photo when they arrive.

Pamela don't they grow again??

Debbie I will be doing some posts about it as I progress.

Mal I never expected to become a farmer hehehe :)

Kila I don't know anyone who has tried it -maybe I will be trend setter here!

Giant's Fan- I think my nieces children might enjoy seeing it-not that they visit here very often.

At 19/1/09 21:25, Blogger storyteller said...

Looks intriguing to me ;--)
Hugs and blessings,


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