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calling all cny-ers trade

Posted by bjgirven z4CNY (My Page) on
Sun, Nov 20, 05 at 11:20

Hi. I also posted this on the Vermiculture forum, but Have not had any interest. So I will run it by you guys. I live in Oneida County. I am appalled at the prices of worm castings in catalogs and internet ect. I would really love to try this amendment, but I hate creepy crawlies. So my own worm bin is out of the question.

So here it is:
I am willing to trade for worm castings.
I can do yard work in the good weather,
Dog walking
All the native ferns you could want from my woods for your garden or as greens for composting
all the browns you could want from my woods for composting
Wooden furniture repair and or refinishing (email me for pictures of my previous work)
Baked goods (I am a great baker)
If you have an idea I didn't mention, please feel free to ask. I am sure we can fing something to trade. Next summer I should have a lot of perrennials growing (if I have a green thumb)
Thanks all, and have good holidays!
Bobbi


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RE: calling all cny-ers trade

Wish I had worm castings, I'd like to have you do all the yard work :-)

Can you do vermiculture here? I just thought that with our weather they would freeze over the winter, and that's why I've never pursued it. I suppose you could keep them in the garage, but it's sort of already full . . . .

Good luck finding some


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