What to Consider When You Start Worm Composting

What to Consider When You Start Worm Composting redwormfarms.com

What to Consider When You Start Worm Composting There are many reasons to start worm composting, from reducing waste to saving money on your garbage bill. Worm composting is also a great way to add nutrients and organic matter to the soil, so it’s healthier and more fertile. Worm composting does require some initial investment, but after you purchase your worms and the accessories for your bin, it’s a flawed maintenance process that doesn’t take much time out of your day. Even if you don’t have a lot of space…

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Composting With Worms: Is It Safe For All Plants?

Composting With Worms: Is It Safe For All Plants? - redwormfarms.com

Composting With Worms: Is It Safe For All Plants? If you’ve ever had composting worms in your home or garden, then you know how helpful they can be. They make composting faster and more effective by digesting plant matter and releasing nutrients into the soil. However, not all plants are suitable for worms, which means some care needs to go into planning your setup with them in mind. Composting worms will eat most types of organic waste, such as fruit skins, egg shells, coffee grounds, leftover veggies, or paper towels.…

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8 Best Worm Composting Thermometers (Review)

8 Best Worm Composting Thermometers (Review) redwormfarms.com

8 Best Worm Composting Thermometers (Review) For earthlings, optimum temperature plays a pivotal role in our lives. The same goes for the tiny little worms, who are working day and night to give you a fertile compost. So, to keep your little wormies healthy, active and make them live happily in their settlements, temperature plays a pivotal role in addition to other factors. Worms are efficient in warmer temperatures. The best temperature prescribed to take the optimum results from your worms is 80 to 160 °F (27-70 °C). See our…

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Red Wiggler Worms – Things You Need To Know

Red Wiggler Worms - Things You Need To Know redwormfarms.com

Red Wiggler Worms – Things You Need To Know  Eisenia fetida is a common Red Wiggler worm. It is the more often bought worm for composting. But do you know what it looks like? It’s life cycle or characteristics? Its benefits? No? Chill. We have got your back! Continue to read further to find out interesting facts about Red Wigglers.  Physical description  Red Worms are smaller in size and 3-4” of length is normal for an adult Wiggler Worm. They have varying bands from light red and dark red. This…

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