"I say if it's between using the UCG and letting the UCG go to the landfill, use as much as you can. However, it's probably more reasonable to share the UCG with other gardeners and vermicomposters. Many gardeners will add the UCG directly…"
"Also, when you put coffee grounds into the bin, don't bury them, or mix them into the bedding or VC. There's no need, since it's not going to attract fruit flies, and the worms will mix it up themselves when they feel…"
"I think you just need to keep checking your temperatures and be sure you aren't getting a bin that's warm to the touch. You want to avoid "hot composting", which is fine for microbes but death to most worms (African nightcrawlers…"
"I use 3 scoops per day, I save them for a week cut up the filters and add to my feed bin i save for the week Is this ok. I have had WF 360 for 3 weeks up and running I'm very new to composting with worms.…"
"My mistake seems to have been creating a new bin that was pretty much half UCG from our local cafe and half leaves 'n' stuff like that. The worms just fled, and when I put my (gloved) hand in, I could see why. Lately, I am adding the…"
"No, not at all. Just ambient temperature. Maybe because I add only a day's worth of grounds at a time? I don't do it every day; maybe 4-5 times a week on average. The other times, I throw it in the regular yard…"
"I guess my VC is maybe between 1/4 to 1/2 coffee grounds in origin, by volume. I just put my own daily grounds in there when they're cold. They probably take a long time to break down, but that doesn't seem to matter. …"
"I just turned a long swath of my outside compost, which is mostly leaves layered with a small amount of horse manure. I put several layers of coffee grounds in there during the fall and winter...and I noticed that many sections are still raw coffee…"
"I have coffee grounds & coffee chaff by the truck loads.
I spread it 12-18 inches deep on the plot next to my raised beds, & will till it in this fall.
I would like to put red worms in it for the next 90 days, it has been in the field for…"
"I just started my bin a few weeks ago in Michigan. Our nights still get quite cold and I have found that my worms like to burrow into the coffee grounds I save from home use every day. I keep the grounds in an icecream bucket under the sink…"