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Worming Wednesday's Been Wonderful

Category: Worm Bin Composting | Posted: Thu Nov 08, 2007 7:28 am



This is a sampling of what I use for my carbon material on my bins. Large or small, I layer shredded newspaper, leaves and manure with my food waste to create a homey environment for my worms. They love it. In the winter I mix it up more. In the summer not so much. The more you mix it up the more heat you produce. Good in the winter, not so good in the summer.

Today was a rainy day with the temps in the 40's. The worms like it when it rains. They seem to sense that it's safe to come out and they were all out chowin' down big time. Had to go out early and spread some chow and water lightly. When the worms are real active sometimes I have to feed twice a day. Better to feed more often than to put down too much for them to eat in a day. As the weather gets colder, and these inbetween days, sometimes it's difficult to predict what the worms will eat in a day.

It's good to have the mild autumn days to work the bins before the freezing weather moves in. The worms don't come out much when it's cold and quite frankly neither do I.

The Worm Factory worm have moved right on up into that layer of leaves I have put down. The older the bedding material they've been in is the quicker they are to move into the fresh.

Hava Happy,

See you tomorrow.


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Droopy wrote on Thu Nov 08, 2007 7:51 am:


I'm truly amazed at the work involved when keeping worms. I bet yours are the happiest worms on the planet.




 

eileen wrote on Thu Nov 08, 2007 11:53 am:


Our composting bins have very much the same kind of contents as your worm bins and we have so many worms in them!! Every time we empty one we find frogs and toads - obviously happy for the free supply of worms we provide for them.





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