You can purchase a ready-made indoor worm bin, but you may want to try making one yourself. Follow these directions for construction, preparation & maintenance.
If your compost worms start leaving the bin through aeration holes, it indicates the environment inside is not ideal. Follow these steps to prevent worm crawl.
From monitoring their eating habits to controlling moisture in the bin, the health of compost worms depends on regular observation and maintenance.
For nutrient-rich compost to feed your flowers, fruits and vegetables, it’s important to feed your worms healthy food too.
If you’re new to composting in a worm bin, or just want to brush up on your skills, try these tips for making sure you’re maintaining an ideal feeding schedule.
There is a right way and a wrong way to harvest worm castings. Be sensitive to the well-being of your worms and follow these simple, time-saving tips.
Whether you’re looking to fertilize established plants, or seeds and transplants, worm castings can serve as a nutrient-rich addition to your soil.
Worms hate light, so take these special steps to protect the well being of the red wigglers in your compost bin.
Whatever your worm bin problem — from foul odor, to excess moisture, to the dreaded “worm crawl” — these troubleshooting tips will help.