Stephan Kloppert mit seinem Neffen MikaStephan Kloppert mit seinem Neffen Mika

Have a look at my Amazon Author page to find out more about me and my books.  At the end of 2018 I intend to publish my new book "The ABC of worm composting" as well as the German version "Das ABC der Wurmkompostierung. Both books will focus to introduce worm composting to beginners but will as well help to give those that have run a worm bin for a while a few helpful hints and guidelines. I believe we are never to old to learn. I have been involved in worm composting for nearly 20 years now and am still learning new things about those marvelous creatures and how they convert organic materials into nutrient rich natural plant food.




Return to the Home Page

New! Comments

Have your say about what you just read! Leave me a comment in the box below.

SearchSuchen


How to make

$ -MONEY - $

with earthworms! 

The Book 

"How to start a profitable worm business on a shoestring budget 

Order a printed copy from "Amazon"  at the SPECIAL PRICE of only

$8.95

or a digital version from the "Kindle" store at the SPECIAL PRICE of only

$3.95

Prices valid till 31.10.2018

Extended!



How worms recycle human manure




Disclaimer: The link to the worm farm is my affiliate link. Meaning, I will get a small commission at no extra cost to you, should you purchase the product through my affiliate link.




Recent Articles

  1. Will mostly brown waste work in a worm farm?

    Nov 15, 18 02:10 AM

    Hi, I have been searching the web high and low for an answer to a question I have and I was hoping you could help me! I am on a small acre hobby farm

    Read More

  2. is my worm bedding too wet?

    Oct 24, 18 11:01 AM

    I set up my worm farm using a commercial worm farm (the bedding was soaked peat that I squeezed out along with some shredded paper and then the bag of

    Read More

  3. worm compost bin

    Oct 19, 18 10:31 AM

    A worm compost bin is a container that uses compost worms to convert organic materials that have begun to decompose into nutrient rich soil conditioners and plant foods.

    Read More





Use worms

against climate change