or the next day. I found it on craig’s list. Anyway, apparently, I need “red wriggler” worms. I live in Vancouver, anyone know where to get these worms for free or cheap? Thanks.
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I live in an apartment and have a small balcony. I can’t have a huge compost, but I want it to work. I don’t have much money (live on a limited budget) but I was wondering if anyone knows how to make a compost with say, an old plastic garbage can or something like that? I don’t have any power tools (to drill holes, etc) so the easier, the better, as long as it works. I\d most put apple cores, bird seed shells, tea bags and vegetable waste in it, along with soil and leaves. A little help on how to get started would really be great! Thanks!
Also, what should I do with the compost when I am done? I have some houseplants and want to get more so I could always add compost to them I guess, for nutrients?