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  • We are now selling live worms

    14 Nov 2012

    News Tumbleweed’s Tube-O-Worms is available online. Watch the video now. . .
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  • Looking after your worms through different seasons

    27 Jun 2012

    News It is important to treat the worms in your worm farm as you would any of your pets. As you go through the different seasons then a little bit of care will go a long way to keeping your worms comfortable and productive.
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  • Your Worm Farm will thrive on a little extra attention

    01 May 2012

    News A Worm Farm is fun to keep and an economical way to recycle your kitchen scraps into nutritious food for your garden. But as the seasons change, it’s important to check your worm farm and adjust its environment. By ensuring the conditions are maintained at optimum levels, your worms will come right up to the surface.
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  • How do worm farms work?

    03 Apr 2012

    News Worms take your leftover food scraps and turn them into a dark, soil-like material with a pleasant earthy smell – known as worm castings. They also produce a liquid called worm tea. Worm castings and worm tea, diluted 10:1 with water, are wonderful additives to any garden. You will see exceptional results in the colour, quality and quantity of all your fruit, vegetables, flowers and ornamental plants. Creating a worm farm is fun and easy for the whole family, but best of all it helps to recycle your organic waste and reduce your carbon footprint.
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  • Your Earth Matters

    03 Apr 2012

    News Tumbleweed is a privately owned Australian company with a global presence. Our vision is to make a significant contribution to our earth’s environmental sustainability by designing and manufacturing innovative products that encourage consumers of all ages to reduce, re-use and recycle organic waste. All of our compost bins and worm farms are affordable, fun and simple to use – and naturally, they’re made to last from 100% recycled plastic…because, your earth matters!
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  • Soldier Flies in your Worm Farm

    03 Apr 2012

    News A common experience with home worm farms is lifting the lid to discover a writhing mass of maggots, usually white in colour with a segmented body. Whilst your initial reaction may be one of horror and disgust it is nowhere near as bad as it looks!!
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  • Mia’s Worm Challenge

    03 Apr 2012

    News By Mia Vissenjoux, G guest blogger Coming home and finding brown paper packages addressed to you is just the perfect end to the day, isn’t it? When I first got my worm café, I was so excited! I’d used worm farms at school, but we’d never had one at home. It had always been the one thing that I didn’t do at home to reduce my waste. Bucket in the shower – yes, collecting rain water – yes, worm farm – not quite yet. The moment was finally here. I could finally start recycling my food scraps and reduce my waste!
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