Compost worms are more active during warmer months. Their appearance and desire for food changes to a noticeable difference. Natural breeding amongst the worms increases when food, warmth, oxygen and moisture are in abundance. There are a number of things you can do to simulate these...

Compost Worms Compost worms consume any dead decomposed organic matter. You will find these creatures on the ground surface mostly beneath objects such as rocks, timber, mulch etc. Success comes by providing a food source hidden by daylight . Daylight effects the worms nervous system hence the...

You can find any number of articles om making Compost Tea. Check out Info Barrel. When using Vermicompost The one thing I would add is to dilute it down to 1:5 of water. Compost tea using vermicast will improve plant growth yield and quality. Applying...

Stop Worms Dying The most common cause of Compost Worms dying is inescapable heat. Managing a Worm Farm means you have become a 'farmer of worms' and live creatures contained in an unnatural environment require care. Direct summer sun rays are a death sentence for compost worms. Temperatures...

Compost worms are a mixture of similar size worms know as Reds, Blues and Tigers. As the name suggests they are identifiable by their colour and stripes as in the tiger worms. These particular species of worm are veracious consumers of dead organic material including...