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Scout Girl, LLC Launches Website Featuring Vermicomposting Supplies
Date:1/3/2013

Salem, Oregon (PRWEB) January 03, 2013

Joy Nagel is pleased to announce the creation and launch of her new website venture, http://www.JoyToTheWorms.com. The website carries many vermicomposting supplies including composting worms, compositing worm bins, grub composting supplies, and many other products that are useful for composting and keeping gardens beautiful, eco-friendly, and organic.

Nagel is someone who loves to garden herself and has a lot of gardening experience that has allowed her to learn many things about composting, which she hopes to impart on the customers that visit JoyToTheWorms.com. Like her garden, Nagel believes that her website will be very organic, in that it has a lot of heart and a lot of herself deep in her online store, so that using her website can be more of a personal and comfortable experience for customers.

The website carries many excellent products such as the Bio Pod, which is a grub composting system, as well as the Worm Factory. The trademark names in vermicomposting are readily available for sale at JoyToTheWorms.com; people in the industry will surely recognize the high quality brand names of products that are offered. Other products on the website include ladybug homes that can be used to house ladybugs to eradicate aphids and other pests.

To complement the main website, Nagel also is planning to launch a blog located at http://www.JoyToTheWormsBlog.com. The blog will feature topics related to composting and gardening and how those things relate to the products that are offered in the online store, as well as how those products can be beneficial to any garden. There will also be general gard
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