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Garden DIY – How to Make a Worm Farm!

Since I love to go fishing, I’d probably use more fresh worms to catch my favorite fish but I guess worms can also be used to “fertilize” your soil for your garden.

Anyways, if you don’t want to go buy a bunch of worms, you can build your own worm farm!

Worms can do wonders for the garden: they aerate the soil and their castings are an excellent fertilizer. To get a constant supply of this worm fertilizer as well as extra worms for the garden, start a worm farm.

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Dirt-Powered Soil Lamp!

We’ve seen a slew of solar-powered lamps in the last couple years but this is the very first time “dirt”, (yes, the stuff that’s on your ground) has been used to power a lamp.  We wonder how long this will go, specifically when it will be available to the consumers.

The soil lamp uses the chemical reaction between copper, zinc, and slightly moistened mud to create enough electrical current to power an LED lamp. More cells can be used to create a brighter light

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USB “Mini” Greenhouse

Here’s a nice little way to put a greenhouse and grow your own mini plant while you are blogging with the USB “mini” Greenhouse.

Brighten up your dull desk with this USB plug in contraption. This product provides the maximum conditions for your plant to grow, to adorn your desk with natural beauty in no time! It contains marigold seeds for you to plant, but plant whatever you want – the seeds of your favorite flower? It also comes with fake soil, an adjusta

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