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The thin-plywood crates, 2 feet long and 22 inches deep, are easily modified to host a squirm of 1,000-plus redworms.
Redworms reach maturity in about six weeks and reproduce as many as three times a week.
Marisa used chocolate squares, bread and apples to measure their rate of decomposition with pillbugs, redworms, used mulch and dirt.
I took all my customary baits, maggots of all colours, redworms, sweetcorn, bread and various pastes.
The "worm" part is correct, but the Canadian nightcrawler (Lumbricus terrestris) shouldn't be confused with other worms of the species, such as redworms (red wigglers), roundworms or common garden worms.
Automatic churners keep wastes mixed with wood shavings (or leaves) and redworms, which further speed the process.
Livebait options include waxworms, redworms, night crawlers, and various baitfish such as fathead minnows, shiners, chubs, and suckers.
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.
About 4:40--in the middle of a three-way debate about the respective merits of redworms from Norman's Mattheson township and Town o' Mainers--it came.
Also known as "manure worms" and "red wrigglers," they are the redworms one finds when digging into an aged heap of manure.
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.