• The Urb Garden employs worms to fertilize plants

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    If you love gardening, here’s a great way to make your home go green. A vertical garden may sound out of the box and different, but then again, it looks great and employs a technology that will help you get rid of all the waste food piling up in your garbage bin. So how does this work? Well, you got to thank the worms for all the effort. Designed by Xavier Calluaud, the ‘Urb Garden’ employs the wonders of nature to make your garden look beautiful. All you need to do is collect all the scraps and leftovers of food you have around and place it all in the worm farm. The wiggly worms then do the job of producing a liquid fertilizer. However, this maybe a bit thick adding a little water to it helps it get flowing. This is then sent to the holding tank and is dripped down on the pods where the plants grow. This helps fertilize the plants with fresh fertilizers, produced freshly by the worms! This sure is a great way to get rid of scrap food and go green at the same time.


    Posted in Topics:Other Stuff, Tags: , on January 29, 2010