VERMICULTURE DICTIONARY

I’m very excited about our new vermiculture dictionary  “WORM TERMS” at web address – http://working-worms.com/content/view/43/68/  it calls itself  a hybrid of a vermi-dictionary, a glossary and a mini worm encyclopaedia. The plan is to make it a single point reference centre for vermiculture definitions and to expand it over time to encompass all those tricky vermiculture terms that you keep on stumbling across and were never quite sure of the exact meaning. If you want to help us why not send in your own definitions, additional facts or corrections posted as comments to this blog or email to info@working-worms.com

3 Comments

  1. Steve

    June 21, 2009 at 4:40 am

    Made progress yesterday on Worm Terms. I find the research is sometimes quite conflicting and just have to make a reasoned choice of alternatives, while searching for further sources to back up my choices.

  2. Steve

    June 22, 2009 at 10:39 pm

    Dictionary is now published – although not at all complete. It would be great if we could get some suggestions as comments on this blog.

  3. The dictionary is getting filled up steadily – found some very interesting information on Black Soldier Flies. If I was going into commercial composting, I think these little chaps would need investigating further – especially if combined with poultry or fish farming.

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