Vegetable Gardening in Containers in Thailand. You don’t really need a so-called green thumb to grow a number of fresh vegetables or herbs in your small dwelling backyard or a condominium balcony. Whether you’re a gardening novice or just want to start a small easy to take care of vegetable & herb garden, here is…

 

What kind of Worms are used for Vermicomposting? One of the earthworm species most often used around the world for composting is the Red Wiggler (Eisenia fetida or Eisenia andrei). In Thailand, the African Nightcrawlers (Eudrilus eugeniae) are another set of very popular composters. Tiger worms (Eisenia andreia) and European nightcrawlers (Eisenia hortensis) may also…

 

Worm Farm Training with Dr. Somchai Chantsawang in Bangkok. At the end of this week we are going to learn and educate ourselves about vermiculture, composting and worm-farming here in Chatuchak district of Bangkok, Thailand. We hope to learn about how easy it is to reduce household waste through composting and worm farming. Troubleshooting for…

 

Tips for Herb and Vegetable Gardening in Small Bangkok Condo. Have you already got the idea that you also want to grow your own veggies or herbs? The problem is, however, that you live in a small apartment or condo and you only have a very small balcony. You also have neither a large kitchen…

 

Topsoil versus Potting Soil – Learning Container Gardening in Asia. Using soil and soil mixes. Well, prepared garden soil is great for growing things in the ground but when it comes to growing things in containers, soil as you know it needs to be changed. Soils for containers need to be well aerated and well-drained…