Do's and don'ts of feeding vermicomposting worms. Create a healthy wormery.
Learn what to put in your worm composting bin and what to leave out.
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May 13, 2014 ... http://RamonasBasilGarden.com Ramona is interviewing a Worm Farmer, Jerry
Schiller. He's explaining what do worms eat.
Worms need to adjust to their new home and new foods so do not overfeed them
the first few weeks. In addition to the food you are giving them, they're eating ...
What worms eat depends in part on where they live. Worms can live closer to the
surface or much deeper underground. On the surface, worms eat a variety of ...
Q. What do earthworms eat? A. Earthworms eat dirt! Their nutrition comes from
things in soil, such as decaying roots and leaves. Animal manures are an ...
Worms can survive a wide variety of temperatures, but they thrive ... They will eat
the bedding and convert it into castings ...
The diet of a worm is based off its location, but worms traditionally eat everything
from dead leaves to melon rinds and even cardboard. Studies show that worms ...
So, what do composting worms eat? Worms eat tiny, invisible, bacteria that feed
on the food scraps that you add to your vermicomposting bin. The worms also ...
The worms will eat their preferred food first but like to have some variety. ... If you
do place animal manure in your bin ensure that the animals have not been ...
Stale bread, apple cores, lettuce trimmings, coffee grounds, and non-greasy
leftovers are just some of the foods we usually discard that worms love. Do Feed