Posts belonging to Category 'Worm FAQs'

Interesting Facts About Worms

1. Worms are hermaphrodites, meaning they have both male and female organs 2. Worms have no legs, they have bristles all over there body that help them move 3. There are 2-20 baby worms in each cocoon 4. Worms breed after only 2 to 3 months from “birth” 5. Worms breathe through their skin 6. [...]

What NOT to Feed Your Worms

Onions: They don’t like them because they know they have no nutritional value.  Will be there when all other scraps have been processed in the worm bin Meat or Bones: The worms don’t like them but every other animal does.  They can smell it from miles away and will do whatever they can to get [...]

What Type of Worm Should I Use?

Red Wigglers: Eisenia foetida or Red Wigglers are the considered the best composting worms.  They are perfect for composting because they don’t burrow, thrive in high density, high numbered populations,  and feed on rotting vegetation and vegetables. As they feed, red wigglers can eat huge quantities of organic material, digest it, extract its food value [...]