Troubleshooting Your Compost

April 24, 2014

 Congratulations! You have started composting!  This eco-friendly addition to your garden will do wonders.  But how do you know what to do if your compost is too dry? Too damp? Smells terrible?  Take a look at this Composting Troubleshooting Guide.  This handy chart lays out what the problem is, why it is, and how to solve it! Happy Composting!



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Worm’s Way Spring/Summer 2014 Catalog

April 18, 2014

Our new Spring/Summer edition of the 2014 Catalog is available! Explore the new catalog below, or request a free print version here.

Why Compost?

April 15, 2014

Why Compost?


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•Reduce waste. According to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), 23 percent of municipal solid waste collected (and put into landfills) is made up of organic yard waste and food residuals.

•Benefit the environment. When you use all-natural compost to amend and build the soil, it affects everything in the surrounding area from water purity to plant vitality.
•Save money. The more you compost, the less you’ll invest in fertilizers, amendments, and pest and disease control because finished compost is full of macro- and micro-nutrients as well as beneficial microorganisms. It can even have an antibiotic effect on plants and improve their general resistance to environmental stresses, pest infestations, and disease. Likewise, the more you compost, the less you’ll have to spend on trash collection.


Plant Giveaway 2014!

April 11, 2014

Celebrate the arrival of spring with us! Visit our store on April 19, for our Spring Plant Giveaway.* Call your local Worm’s Way to see what will be available are your local Worm’s Way. Tomatoes, herbs, flowers and more are being given away for free while supplies lasts at all 6 of our retail locations!






A Special Note from Richard Florey, Director of Consumer Sales

April 10, 2014

To All Valued Worm’s Way Customers –

By now, you have probably heard about the “Heartbleed virus” that is sadly plaguing some major online sites. I am extremely happy to report that this virus did not, and will not, affect whatsoever.

Our company, and its technology counterparts, actually utilize Windows® servers and do not use open SSL encryption that the “Heart Bleed virus” exploits.

 Your confidence and security are of the utmost importance to us.

 Happy gardening!

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Richard Florey

Director of Consumer Operations

Worm’s Way Inc.