"I wouldnt use any more food at all. the worms arnt starving believe me. you probably need to let the situation dry out a bit, we arnt raising fish! drain whatever water off the bottom then drill some drainage so that the home is able to be…"
"Do you have holes drilled for air? Also make sure the bottom has a drain so that the water can run off. My first batch ran away (perhaps wiggled) so make sure there is a top on too! Do you have any fruit flies or other kinds of inhabitants, you…"
"I believe the photo is shot of start-up bee hives. And if they are new bee hives the exits are blocked off to hold the bees inside the hives, getting them used to their new homes. The jars would be full of sugar water to hold the bees…"
"The cans on the legs thing looks like it will keep them from coming in but, here in Fla the little dudes can move a whole city in a very short time. They are definitely moved in and have begun selling condos! Btw what are the jars in the pic?"
"The can of water works with dish soap too. It breaks the surface tension and they drown and sink, so no bridging. But you do have to keep adding water, something you dont have to do too often with oil."
"no andrew ants will readily build homes in the worm bins and lay eggs, it was a problem in tx because the fire ants would destroy the worm box.
the ants do not like to be disturbed repeated turning over of the contents of the bin is the…"
"It's doubtful they established a colony in your bin. They are usually just interested in grabbing food and hauling it away. The best idea I've read about is to put the bin on a little table that has legs sitting in small containers of…"