When the worm bin temperature is not ideal, worms will become less productive. And in extreme temperatures, your worms will likely suffer and perish if no action is taken.
Worms need moisture in order to breathe oxygen through their skin. If a worms skin dries out, they will suffocate. Likewise, if the moisture level of worm bin bedding is too high, they will drown. And when conditions are too wet, it deprives oxygen that is needed to support the breakdown of foods. This results in all … Continue reading How to Ensure the Moisture Level of Worm Bin Bedding Is Right
Coffee grounds are organic in matter, which makes it a perfect food source for worms. Yet, too much of a good thing always has the risk of throwing the conditions in your worm bin off kilter. This can hurt your worms. As usual, there are many factors at play.
To answer the question "what are worm castings", the simple answer is worm poop! But did you know it's also the richest natural fertilizer known to humans?
Worms are perhaps the most important creatures on Earth. There are some worm facts which are quite fascinating. Charles Darwin, best known for his theory of evolution, seemed to think so.
There's a few things you should consider before you buy worms for composting. For example, some worm species do better in warmer weather, whilst other species do best in colder weather.
There’s no question that worm composting is great for the environment. There are many other good reasons why you should start a worm farm.
Instead of soil, composting worms require a habitat of worm bedding material, such as shredded newpaper, which retains moisture and is high in carbon. Learn the basics for happier worms!
A glossary of worm farming terms and definitions.
Have you opened your worm farm bin and been overwhelmed with multiple fruit fly hitting you in the face? Don't be alarmed fruit flies are one of the most common pests in any worm farm. The average adult fruit fly lives around 50 days and can produce hundreds of eggs in their lifetime. To a … Continue reading How to Avoid A Whack in the Face and Rid Fruit Flies in Worm Bin