"I so need to get some worms going now that I'm on the farm. I love my big green compost bin so much I got an other one at a yard sale last year think I had to pay $20 and they lost the little door at the bottom. Now I just need to find enough…"
"I am in Wisconsin, zone 5, BRRRRRRRRRRR, and I do my vermicomposting (worm farming) in my basement. Here the temps are a consistent 64 degrees. I use PLASTIC TOTES for my worm farms, works great. I fed the worms my green kitchen waste (etc.) whole,…"
"I love my big green compost bin it was a good score from an elderly lady I used to work for. I came with her place when she moved down the hill. I hear that the people who used to live there were great gardeners. She was too old and sick to get out…"
"I've been using a screen that fits my wheelbarrow for years but I hate cutting worms up. I can't believe how many worms I have in that compost bin this year. Guess I can give that a try if I remember to take a pile out when I'm out…"
"Vicky .. easiest way I've found is the standard method of making several small piles of the compost and worm out in the sun and every 5 minutes or so, take compost off the top of the pile as the worms go down into the pile. Works very…"
"Idea just popped into my head. That would probably be an easier way to sift out my worms this year since I have more worms than compost right now. Do what you said scoop up a clump, dump in water then pour thru a sifter instead of just rubbing the…"
"Rick .. if it's muddy, that's normal for me too as I feed them lots of water content scraps like lettuce, etc. The best way I've found to use the stuff is to take two big handfulls and put it into a 5 gallon bucket and still it…"
" Ok, I am trying the "June-bearer" called Chandler. For the 10 foot in diameter circle, I prepared the soil using compost that I have made, a bale of course vermiculite, and 300 pounds of Walmart's "Texas…"