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Compost and worm farm basics talk

Where
Sydney Park Pavilion
Euston Road, Alexandria NSW 2015
When

Saturday 8 February from 10am to 11:30am

Did you know that more than a third of waste in household red bins is food waste?

Worm farms and composting are a great way to deal with kitchen, household and garden waste while reducing your eco-footprint.

Better yet, they allow you to create fantastic organic soil conditioner to use in pots or garden beds to grow super-healthy plants.

You’ll learn:

  • the difference between worm farming and composting

  • how to select the best type of system for you, and where to put it

  • how to set up a worm farm including feeding worms and harvesting fertiliser

  • compost ingredients, proportions and layering techniques

  • how to maintain healthy systems and avoid common problems

  • tips for setting up communal systems.

Suitable for beginners.

Talk includes:

  • lecture-style talk and demonstration

  • links and notes on email

  • opportunity for questions.

Bring along:

  • paper and pen

  • water bottle.

Bookings essential.

Contact event organiser

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