Summary

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Vermicomposting (Worm Farming) is a system for turning food waste into Humus (high quality super-rich compost aka Black Gold) with the help of worms.

You can convert all your fruit and vegetable refuse to compost and fertilizer. You can SQ’Worm on your flat balcony, in your garage, and even in your kitchen.

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Get Out Of Debt: The old saying, “the borrower is the servant of the lender”, is not a joke. The key to insulating yourself from an economic meltdown is to become as self-sufficient and independent as possible. As long as you are drowning in debt, it is impossible to be independent. Get Out of Debt! You don’t want a swarm of creditors chasing after you when things start getting really bad out there, do you?

Learn to Grow Your Own Food: Today the vast majority of urban South Africans are completely dependant on being able to run down to the supermarket or the local Pick ‘n Pay to buy food. But what happens when the Rand turns into the Zimbabwe Dollar, and it costs R40 to buy half a loaf of bread? If you learn to grow your own food (even if it’s just a small little garden) you will be insulating you and your family against rising food prices.

Wormery 50 Litre

A SQWormery (Worm Farm) consists of a 50L worm bin, with exit holes, ventilation holes, jug for fertilizer, all mounted on a steel tripod.

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Red Wriggler Worms

Red Wriggler Vermicompost Worms in humus bedding with eggs and baby worms.

Worm Castings

Worm Castings the result of approximately 3 – 6 months of Vermi-Composting. They are an extremely high concentrate humus.

Worm Wee

Worm Wee Concentrate aka vermileachate, a 100% liquid organic fertilizer. Highly Concentrated.

 

Natural farming is an ecological farming approach established by Masanobu Fukuoka (1913 – 2008), a Japanese farmer and philosopher who described his way of farming as shizen nōhō in Japanese. It is also referred to as “the Fukuoka Method”, “the natural way of farming” or “do-nothing farming”. 
The title refers not to lack of labor, but to the avoidance of manufactured inputs and equipment. Natural farming can also be described as ecological farming and is related to fertility farming, organic farming, sustainable agriculture, agroforestry, ecoagriculture and permaculture but should be distinguished from biodynamic agriculture.