Flavored Coffee Grounds As Worm Food?

“Hey there, Having real good luck raising my first batch of worms, have already seen young-uns in the bin and they are eating everything like crazy… Newspaper, egg

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Best Bedding For Small Scale Worm Composting…

“What is the BEST type of bedding¬†for a beginner to start on a small scale with?” ~ Glen Hine Hi Glen! Thanks for asking, it is back to

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Using Mouse Droppings As Food For Composting Worms

“An associate of mine is a herpetologist and raises hundreds of white mice (WEBSTER LAB MICE) as a food source for his reptiles. The mice are kept in

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Best Food For Composting Worms For Quality Castings?

“I am starting to raise Red Euros for castings mostly. What is the best food to give the worms for the best quality castings?” ~ Rod That’s an

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Using Leaves as a Bedding / Food Source for Worms…

“Can leaves be a bedding and feed source for worms?” ~ Art Hi Art, Leaves – as in ‘fall leaves’ – are an excellent bedding/food for worms, and

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When To Add More Food To A Worm Bin

“I do have a question. The worm bin is new, and the bedding, shredded newspaper that is damp is all new. I have been cautious about adding “food”

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Worm Food – Rabbit Manure

Once again, this week I have decided not to continue on as planned (you may recall that we were going to discuss some ‘other’ worm foods in this

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Do Worms Eat Food Material Or Microbes?

“Does E.fetida actually consume finely ground compost, or does it only consume the microbes consuming the compost?¬† Purina markets a “worm chow” which appears to be a grain-based

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Worm Food – Manure

Last week I discussed some of the important characteristics of a ‘quality’ worm food. In a nutshell, food quality is closely linked to a given material’s ability to

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Worm Science 101 – Growth and Development – Part II

This week we be continuing our discussion of worm growth and development – rather than getting into discussing various food materials and how they can promote growth (as

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