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  3. Sink the container into the bedding of the top tray of the worm composter so that the holes are just above the level of the compost. Remove the lid and pour in ½ inch of beer or a yeast mixture of 2 tablespoons flour, ½ teaspoon baker’s yeast, 1 teaspoon sugar, 2 cups warm water.
  4. May 24,  · Starting a Worm Farm is super easy. I took 4, 18 gallon Rubbermaid containers and used a 3/8" spade bit and drilled lots of holes in the bottoms of 3 of my tubs.
  5. The Worm Farm is located in Durham, California. Here you can shop online for our Composting Redworms and Nightcrawlers, along with all the information and accessories you need to set up worm composting at home. We also ship bagged Worm Castings and our own Worm Farm Potting Soil.
  6. Aug 18,  · Red wiggler worms typically only use the top 6″ and surface area allows for air to penetrate the worm bin so wide and long is better that a deep container. I know many people that have gone through lots of trouble to cut holes and then patch over with screen and then mount a container below and tons of work.
  7. Many worm farm sell red wigglers that you can use to start a bin. Red wigglers double their mass every 60 to 90 days. If you start with 2 pounds, you should have about 4 pounds in 90 days and 8.
  8. View Details Comments (2) Driving Directions; W.G. WORM FARM. We sell red worms & castings and gladly help and educate our customers with composting and gardening techniques as well as the many, many benefits of vermiculture. No needs are too small or .
  9. When packaging worms for the runners, Tom cups them up in small containers that look sort of like extra short cottage cheese containers. The small blue cups are available from a food supply company and are the same type of cup that convenience store delis use to put potato salad or coleslaw in.