I have a 5-1/2 foot - 2-1/2 foot flow thru I built.It was started last sept. depth is now at about 9 incheswith the height being 24 inches. Euros are in it and seem to bedoing great. Should I add a…Continue
Started this discussion. Last reply by iJohn Mar 30, 2014.
I have a 13 foot square bin started with euros. Bin actually gets feed apx. 10 gallons of hm cardboard coffee grinds and misc.. Last fishing season I was getting nice worms for fishing now not able to find anything as big as a red wiggler. Any Ideas on why their size would be so small.See More
"You line the bottom with cardboard or lots of newspaper when you start it up.
It is surprising that it does stay in. Lots of people actually complain they have trouble
getting the castings out at harvest time."
"Yes.............they do thrive on it. Not messy to store and use either. Cost at about $0.30 per lb is the consideration though, unless you have only a few worms. A 50 lb sack won't last too long if you have say 5-10 lbs of worms in your…"
" It was a design I just thought up from looking over the internet.
It is 5-1/2 feet - 2-1/2 feet - 24 deep . Did not build this one with a harvesting blade.
I have electrical conduit across the narrow width every 2 inches."
I have an FT that is about 10 cubic feet smaller than your unit and mine has been active for 465 days,I started out with approximately 7 lbs. of worms and eventually grew the actual numbers to 20 lbs. I have stopped trying…"
"I have a large flow thru started last sept. I spray mine with a 1 gallon
pump sprayer once or twice a week. When I first started I did heavily water
with a garden water can a few times till I thought it was moist enough.
A lot of the water of course…"