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redworm infestation
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Zorba Frankel of Worm Digest adds redworms to one of the composters he created to break down table scraps and produce a soil amendment.
Automatic churners keep wastes mixed with wood shavings (or leaves) and redworms, which further speed the process.
So when I connected with some family friends that had decided to "get rich quick" raising redworms (the compost variety, but they also work for fishing), I saw a way for them and me to make money.
Decomposition Derby: How Do Redworms and Pill Bugs Compare in Affecting
Also known as "manure worms" and "red wrigglers," they are the redworms one finds when digging into an aged heap of manure.
An alternative to buying them is to go to the aforesaid aged manure heap and dig out enough redworms to "inoculate" the bins.
The qualifiers won't be allowed to take their own bait and all supplies of maggots and redworms, along with sweetcorn, will be provided locally.
6: Process night crawlers and redworms for retail markets.
For example, my redworms should be around 70 to 72[degrees]F.
Redworms, starter kits, harvesters organic fertilizer and more.
However, I've managed to keep redworms in my raised garden beds, winter some over, and save myself some labor.
Ideally, you should have two pounds of redworms for each pound of waste discarded daily.