We started with 500 red wigglers and now look where we are. Our worm farm keeps expanding. We have an indoor worm farm and show you how we are worm farming indoors and our new system to accommodate the growth of the vermiculture operation. This is an activity we hope to move to the homestead once we have a place built.
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How We Are Worm Farming Indoors And It Keeps Growing

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  • Seeker47

    what you are doing is wonderful.. Susy Curtis is right on all of it.. but there is one thing everybody seems to forget here.. you dont have to just feed them cornmeal. By adding yard waste like leaves carbon news paper for Nitrogen such as news paper or computer paper.. Food waste such as greens or fruits like apples or garden waste .. No meats.. Dos and donts.. the yard waste like leaves.. for carbon and newspaper or computer paper for nitrogen.. and food waste .. composting worms like the ones you got helps.. breaks down all of these materials and makes the worm casting soil much richer .. Black as Gold Method.. i do all my stop using nature.. like composting and worm castings.. my crops loves it… and helps makes my veggies taste really good and are healthy..These particular worms are decomposers and love to eat.. then i use a shifter method .. and get the worm castings and i mix my compost and worm castings together.. .. i try using this particular method with your worms .. i like to keep my castings moist.. .. Susy curtis is right though about the egg cartons.. and sprinkle all over..

  • Alihandro D

    Do you guys have any problems with other bugs getting in the bins? White mites, springtails? And if you did, how did you get rid of them?

  • Charles McDowell

    Would it not be much smarter to place a second container on top (touching the dirt) with holes it the bottom and then just feed the top bin so the worms migrate up to the new bin? Now you don't have to sort through the bins because they all move up to the new bin, easy to harvest!

  • Natalie Donaldson

    I don’t know if you realize. Peat moss is hindering your production. While they can survive in it. Peat moss is renowned for its anti microbial properties. Very counter productive to the microbial rich environment that worms thrive in. Your production will increase 10 fold if you use something different. Cocofiber, regular compost, etc May be better choice. Hope this helps.

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