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Newbie from Namma Bangaluru
April 23, 2014
8:09 pm
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nitish
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I have started gardening few months back and learning from my failures each day and with each failed plant. Started a home made bucket composting system and it is doing great, however occasionally the turning becomes a chore, but when you see the black gold in making, makes it worth it.. I still have not harvested the first batch of my home made compost, still using outside bought compost with red soil.

Me and Wifey are more interested in growing some food crops rather than flowers, we have been harvesting our own organic mints and methi..

I am very interested in taking the next step and starting a worm bin, as soon as I can get my hands on some composting worms, which has been a problem.. Any one out there willing to share some worms in Bangalore??

Hope I can find lots of help and gyan with this forum..

- Nitish

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May 3, 2014
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You can ask in GKVK for earthworms. Dept of HOrticulture Hulimavu used to sell them. check with them

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