Vermicomposting Resources

Vermicomposting Resources As with so many topics, there is a ton of information on the Internet about vermicomposting and vermiculture. The challenge is separating the good information from the bad. There are many, many people simply repeating information they found elsewhere without testing it or verifying its truthfulness. Here are a number of resources which

Red Wiggler Compost Worm Eggs Cocoons

I was just out checking out my compost worm bins and turned up a few compost worm eggs. What you see as red wiggler eggs are actually cocoons or egg cases that contain roughly 5-12 actual eggs. When red wiggler egg cocoons are first laid they’re a rather pale yellow color which really stands out

Worm Castings / Vermicompost

Worm Castings / Vermicompost Most people who keep red wiggler compost worms do so for the nutrient-rich worm castings or vermicompost (worm poop) that is the end result of worm composting. We recently harvested one of our smaller worm bins, and took photos of the worm castings before using them in our garden. Vermicompost is

Learn About Worm Composting With Red Wiggler Worms

Ready to get started with vermicomposting, but still have some questions about how to keep red wiggler worms? There are tons of guides online about how to compost with worms. Just do a Google search, and you’ll be overwhelmed with pages of instructions for keeping worms. The quality of these instructions varies greatly, and you’ll

Compost Worm Escape!

Compost Worm Escape! Even though I knew better, we had a compost worm escape this weekend. Red wiggler compost worms generally stay in the bedding as long as things are going well. You don’t even need a lid on the bin. But… when compost worms are first put into new bedding — and especially if
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