Synopses & Reviews
Around the world wormeries are coming more and more into the spotlight as governments strive to reduce the level of household waste ending up in landfill sites and look to make better use of the resources that we have available. Mike Woolnough has discovered that worms and their by-products improve his crops enormously, making use of household scraps and rubbish that previously went into his bin. Starting from a small wormery in the conservatory or garden, the author takes you step by step up to a sophisticated system capable of handling all your garden waste, or processing that huge heap of livestock manure that you were wondering how to dispose of, plus a host of other waste items along the way.
About the Author
Mike has hated every 9-5 job he has ever had so it's not surprising that when the middle-aged bell rang he downsized, got an allotment and started having a 'bash' at self-sufficiency. He is a regular writer for various magazines and has written 2 other books, Raising Chickens for Eggs and Meat and Any Fool Can Be a Middle Aged Downshifter.