Bins 2 & 3, Update 10, 20 July It dawned on me editing the video that this is a good subject for school kids and I like cussing, so I’ll cuss as much as usual. Or, add a few extra to keep your on your toes, the only difference is I’ll bleep it out. I won’t use the normal bleep sound. There are all kinds of interesting and fun sound effects that are a much better substitute. I’d rather be me, do the bleeps and still have something that may have educational value that a family could watch together.
Since that’s why I started all this to begin with. Documenting examples of things I did not see on video/photo. There are always lots of words often with no photographs or video. I’ve thrown several food waste items in my bins I’m not sure how many times over the last two years successfully. Then read online at various websites how this or that is a never, no-no, ever! kind of thing. The worms in these bins have a different opinion on what they find acceptable.
Following no dogma, I like to see for myself, the who, what, when and where. Then share what is discovered with video/photographic examples. Much is edited out of my videos for brevity. I don’t want to waste time with unnecessary footage that doesn’t add anything or document an actual event. Update 10 video for bins 2 & 3 has more footage than usual because extraordinary events did happen. It will show more detail how the bins are maintained and recorded.
Bin 2 starts with a little excitement when I discover a gecko in the bin. Didn’t notice it when the cardboard was moved all the spiders were distracting me. While I was trying to figure out where and what to do the with more than 20 spiders I spotted a gecko in the bin.
Once you see them you have to move fast or loose your chance to catch them. When this happens I’m usually able to catch it and let it go outside. This time all the chaos and my unsuccessful attempt at capture and release was recorded. Maybe next time. Hope I get it before the cats do.
As can be seen in the photos in this blog and in the video, the worms and other insects have picked everything clean. It’s amazing to see. The mangos want to grow don’t they? It looks like a nursery for mangos seedlings.
There was no noticeable odor or roaches. Overall it looks good inside bin two. The addition of more worms has clearly worked.
Bin 3 Not much to note about this bin. No odor, no roaches or chaos. A single mango seedling trying like all the others.
There must be a lot of worms in bin 3 because they clean the waste in there like a boss. Look at the photo below or better, the video. What an amazing transformation.
The video has as much as the fun and excitement as the camera could capture. Would liked to have caught the lizard and moved it off the porch to think if the cats get it leaves me unsettled. But that is life in or on any porch in Florida, a deathtrap for lizards when there is no food source or in many cases, they’re on the menu. Seems like I have a few regular viewers and readers of the blog. That’s a surprise. Hope you find something useful here while you visit. -13