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Re: [Killietalk] worm bin/worm farming recommendations?
Matt it is so simple you won't believe it and you will never run out
of fish food, plus your wife will never complain about odors. It is
the environmental friendly thing to do. A must! Joe in Al.
On May 17, 2008, at 1:35 PM, matt kaufman wrote:
> Hey all. Anyone got plans/experience with using kitchen waste to
> raise worms to feed to killies? I've googled around and it seems
> simple enough, but my fear is there's some 'craft' there that isn't
> First question: Do you have 1 bin above another, with the top
> draining into the bottom? How do you keep the worms from migrating?
> Do you save the 'goo' that drips through for anything?
> Do you put dirt or other grit in to get it started?
> Lots of sites recommended shredded newspaper; on killie talk, I've
> seen something called 'miracle worm bedding,' but we get the paper
> too and it seems more 'killi like' to reuse rather than buy something.
> Finally, anyone got a starter red wiggler culture for sale?
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