Julia Winter wrote:How about black soldier fly larvae? Then you'll have to find someone with a lizard, or chickens, or big fish, to eat the pupae. Of course, if you could find somebody with chickens your problems would be solved! I guess you could just liberate the pupae. . .
Looking into Bokashi is also a good idea.
hannah ransom wrote:
The problem is never getting to the castings part. I'm POSITIVE I could find someone on craigslist to come pick up castings. It's a way to deal with my refuse that I am worried about. Worms don't seem to be enough for the amount of scrap I produce. It's not that I throw a bunch of good food away, I just eat a lot of produce and have well over a gallon (blended!!) weekly.
hannah ransom wrote:I am right off of WIlshire in between Fairfax and La Brea... Miracle Mile neighborhood.
Something must be done about this. Let's start by reading this tiny ad:
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