- n. A self-contained system for producing vermicompost.
- worm + -ery (Wiktionary)
“Fanny is distinctly better, I believe all right now; I too am mending, though I have suffered from crushed wormery, which is not good for the body, and damnation to the soul.”
“Set them up for housekeeping in homemade tubs or specially made bins and you have the structure for a "wormery," where the creatures will turn table scraps into a highly enriched organic soil amendment while expanding their population many times over.”
“And so, you can learn to make cord and rope from stinging nettles, create your own musical instruments or a wormery from reclaimed materials, and fashion elaborate willow sculptures.”
“Opened around the same time as Konstam, Acorn House excels in waste management, operating its own wormery in the back courtyard for disposing of organic waste.”
“The only down side to the wormery soil is that I had to extract some worms before using it but I dont think this is too high a price to pay!”
“This done I was muttering heavily about the twisted and bent leg on the wormery - Al recons it was were he'd just dragged it over cobble stones - I recon its were a damn great box of rubbish had been shoved next to it in the stable with no care or attention.”
“It's that time of year again when we should be neigh already have been potting up seeds, this ment we remembered our poor wormery!”
“The bizar thing though was that though the leaflet that came with the wormery had said they like egg shells - all the eggs shells we had put in were still there embedded quite prettily in dark compost giving an oolitic type of pattern.”
“However I did randomly find a pice of blue j-cloth in the wormery along with some of those stickers they put on fruit!”
“The wormery had fallen out of use for several reasons and Al was concerned that the worms would no longer be alive but they can survive for months with nothing to eat so I wasnt overlly concerned.”
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