Erscheinungsdatum: 14.09.2019, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Worm Farming, Titelzusatz: The Practical Guide to This Unique Form of Natural Composting..., Autor: Jones, Aaron 'Worms', Verlag: Admore Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: GARDENING // Container, Rubrik: Garten // Pflanzen, Natur, Seiten: 122, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 140 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Erscheinungsdatum: 26.05.2020, Medium: Buch, Einband: Gebunden, Titel: Worm Farming, Titelzusatz: The Practical Guide to This Unique Form of Natural Composting..., Autor: Jones, Aaron 'Worms', Verlag: Admore Publishing, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: HOUSE & HOME // Sustainable Living // Haus: Wartung und Instandhaltung, Rubrik: Praktische Tipps, Seiten: 120, Informationen: HC gerader Rücken kaschiert, Gewicht: 231 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Welcome to Adventure!Super Lucky’s Tale is a delightful, playground platformer for all ages that follows Lucky, the ever-optimistic, energetic, and lovable hero, on his quest to find his inner strength and help his sister rescue the Book of Ages from Jinx. Jinx is the scheming and mysterious villain trying to reshape the world, but for what reason?Along the way, encounter a hilarious supporting cast of friends and adversaries. Lucky must confront the nefarious Kitty Litter, Jinx's mischievous kids - self-taught villains who might not be getting Jinx's plans quite right. Lucky meets friends and allies along the way too. He meets misplaced Yetis, Kookie Spookies, a village of farming worms, and other colorful friends inhabiting the Book of Ages.Test your skills with puzzles and nerve-wracking obstacle courses. Explore hidden secrets of new worlds with Lucky's signature burrow move. Dive into unpredictable foxholes, or try devilish side scrolling challenge levels to unlock additional rewards.Head back to the era of classic platformers with challenges players of all skill levels and all ages can enjoy.
Curious about what worm farming is? Do you want to know what it takes to get started? How can you can make it fun and profitable? These are just a few of the questions that are answered in Worm Farming: Setup a Sustainable Vermiculture Earthworm Composting Ranch. This is the ultimate guide about worm farming.Discover the many benefits of worm farming or what is also known as vermicomposting. You can get free fishing bait, use it as source of food for wild birds, fish, and chickens, or create a nutrient-rich potting soil that is a fun hobby while teaching you about the environment.You will see that getting started with worm farming is much easier than you think! Details on space requirements, type of worms to use, what to feed them and much, much, more are revealed in this informative audiobook.Worm farming can be a fun way to generate some income from the worms or nutrient-rich soil that you sell. Our tips on running a successful worm farm and understanding the business aspects of it will function as your startup road map.Get started today with this comprehensive guide on worm farming. Scroll up and click on the "buy now" button. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Russell Newton. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/185093/bk_acx0_185093_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
If you want to learn more about the unique form of composting that is worm farming, then keep reading…More than one-third of our food ends up wasted in the trash. This puts tremendous pressures on landfills and our ecosystem. There is a better way. It may sound crazy, but the solution comes from slimy, wiggly little creatures - worms!Through worm farming, you are able to create valuable assets out of waste. Grow beautiful and healthy plants and vegetables. Naturally create this highly sought after fertilizer and save on gardening and fishing materials.So how does this work, and how do I get started?This audiobook can help answer all of your questions. You will effectively be guided through successfully starting your own worm farm. You will learn how easy it is to get started and how success can be found with not much effort.Here’s just a little of what you will discover inside:The many hidden benefits of starting a worm farm. (These savings will surprise you!)Types of worms that are the best choice for your farm.Ways to design a successful farm that allows you to regulate important things like temperature and moisture levels.Things you can safely feed your hungry worms.The 12 things you must definitely not put in your worm farm.Ways to control the situation should your worm populations explode quicklyMethod to create highly valuable “worm tea”. The basics of starting a profitable business through worm farming.Troubleshooting guide - If anything goes wrong, this is how to fix it.And much, much more.This is a great book for beginners and even for specialists. There will be tips and tricks that will make your farm more successful. Ready to get started building your own worm farm? It’s as easy as scrolling up and tapping “buy now”. 1. Language: English. Narrator: Ryan Garrett. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/167490/bk_acx0_167490_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.
The present book "Sustainable Agriculture through Organic Composts: Recent Advances in Composting Methodologies" covers a selective and brief account of the salient approaches on composting methodology. A broad distinction as Traditional and Rapid composting practices has been made, based mainly on the considerations of the practices being adopted as a convention, and the recent introductions for expediting the process, involving individual or combined application of treatments like shredding and frequent turning, mineral nitrogen compounds, effective microorganisms, use of worms, cellulolytic organisms, forced aeration, forced aeration and mechanical turnings and so on. Hopefully, the technical information contained herein will prove useful to students, teachers, scientists and of course to the farmer community, more specifically, who are practicing organic farming.
Integrated farming is an improved version of mixed cropping, where not only crops but, varied types of plants, animals, fish and other aquatic flora and fauna including insects, mollusks and worms etc. are utilized for production. These are combined in such a way and proportion that each element helps the other, the waste of one is recycled as resource for the other, so that our overall production is enhanced, both in terms of quantity and quality, incidence of risk is reduced and the system becomes energy efficient as a whole. Measures for soil conservation, rainwater harvesting and also for prevention of water runoff and soil erosion are adopted. The organic wastes generated from the farms, cowshed, household and other subsystems within the farm are reused and if possible recycled. The inherent behavior of the livestock is utilized to save labour and costly inputs. Self-growing local plants and weeds are used for making compost and also as nutritional supplements for humans and cattle. Nitrogen-fixing trees are planted for enriching the soil and also for supplying food, fodder and fuel.
The first objective of this study was to monitor the establishment and development of gastro-intestinal helminth infections in laying hens over two production years (PY) on a free-range farm operating with two mobile stalls in Lower Saxony, Germany. The Second objective was to estimate the genetic parameters of worm burdens with the most common gastro-intestinal nematode (GIN) in two chicken genotypes after being exposed to free-range farming conditions for a laying period. Since the sampling time of faeces may influence information quality of faecal egg counts, the third objective was to investigate whether nematode egg excretion in naturally or experimentally infected chickens follow certain fluctuations patterns throughout the day, which may allow for determining the most appropriate sampling time.The first experiment (Chapter 2) was performed between July 2010 and June 2011 (PY1) and July 2011 and January 2013 (PY2), respectively. During PY1, Lohmann Brown classic hens (LB classic) was tested, while in PY2 two different genotypes (LB classic and LB plus) were used in parallel. In both PY1 and PY2, 20 individual faecal samples per stall were randomly collected at monthly intervals in order to calculate the number of internal parasite eggs per gram of faeces (EPG). At the end of the laying periods, approximately 10% of hens for PY1 or more than 50% of hens for PY2 were subjected to post-mortem parasitological examinations. No parasite eggs were found in the faecal samples during PY1, whereas almost all of the hens (97.6%) were infected with Heterakis gallinarum (36 worms/hen) at the end of the period. In PY2, nematode eggs in faeces were found beginning in the third month at a relatively low level, while increasing considerably towards the final three months. The average worm burden was 207 worms/hen. The caecal worm, H. gallinarum was the most prevalent nematode (98.5%), followed by the roundworm Ascaridia galli (96.2%) and the hairworms Capillaria spp. (86.1%). Capillaria spp. were composed of C. obsignata (79%), C. caudinflata (16%) and C. bursata (5%). The mortality rate of chickens ranged from 18.3 to 27.4%, but did not differ significantly between genotypes or production years.
This book contains a treatise on the management of breeding-mares and cows, with a collection of proved prescriptions for the disease of horses and black cattle. Containing a wealth of information on ailments and cures, this text will prove invaluable to cattle-owners and those with an interest in the treatment of cattle. This guide is easy-to-digest and full of useful information, making it a great addition to farming literature and a must-read for those with an interest in the subject. The chapters of this book include: Introduction; On Diseases; Lampas, Commonly Called Squills; Colds; Colick; Worms; Sore Shoulders; Strains in Various Parts; Grease; Dysentery; On the Pulse; Apoplexy or Staggers; Sleepy Staggers; Locke Jaws; and much more. This text was originally published in 1834, and we are proud to republish it now complete with a new introduction on cattle farming.