"Hi! I have a worm farm in the Philippines. Temperatures sometime go up reaally hot. We keep ours in partial shade but they work well. You can also add netting on top to decrease light. :) You can also get more help on starting up in my website.…"
first of all welcome to the worm farming community! I wish you all the success you are hoping for.
Ive been a worm farmer for more than 15 years now and shared my experiences about the subject on
I have just become interested in vermicomposting, and raising and breeding Canadian Nightcrawlers.
Just a few questions.
I have about 100+ wild collected Canadian Nightcrawlers. They are currently stored in a basic plastic…"
"Starting a worm farm is really not that difficult!
You just need a bin, worm bedding, worms and worm food.
You don't need a commercial bin and can even make your own worm bin in no time. You can find all the information you need on…"
"Put on a pot of coffee, get a rubbermaid bin, drill some holes in the top, shred some newspaper, soak it, squeeze it, drop it in the bin, drink some coffee, throw in a little dirt, dump in your coffee grounds including the filter, throw in the…"
"1. make the bin/buy it. making it is preffered since your just recycling old things (the bin) and it is cheaper. their are countless ways to make bins. however you only want it so deep i think no more then 6 inches deep depending on what kind of…"
I have a new problem. I have a worm condo that has been doing pretty well for awhile now. Lately, I've been seeing these short (about an inch long) black bugs with no legs wiggling across the patio. Lo and Behold when I just opened my bin to put in more watermelon rinds, I find the top bin is FULL of these guys in all sizes from tiny to huge!!! What are these, do I need to get rid of them? Do they eat my worms? ACK.