Raising Worms At Home - Worm Farming Secrets

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Worms are one of the easiest things to raise. They require very little work and are prolific breeders. One hundred worms, for instance, can multiply to three thousand to five thousand worms in a year. …

Worms are one of the easiest things to raise. They require very little work and are prolific breeders. One hundred worms, for instance, can multiply to three thousand to five thousand worms in a year. Here, now, is how raising worms at home is done.

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  • 1. Worms are one of the easiest things to raise. They require very little work and are prolific breeders. One hundred worms, for instance, can multiply to three thousand to five thousand worms in a year. Here, now, is how raising worms at home is done. Click Here For Worm Farming Secrets Instant Access Now! Your first step is to find a suitable place for your worms. The ideal place for worms to thrive is in is a damp and dark place. Also, you ought to know that the temperature that is ideal for worms is somewhere in between sixty and eighty degrees Fahrenheit. Purchase or build a container for your earthworms. You can construct a box using an exterior grade plywood and construction grade lumber. You can paint or stain the interior of the box. However, leave the inner surface unpainted. Then, drill at least twelve one-inch holes at the bottom of the box for drainage. After putting holes in the box, you can now prepare the bedding. Use shredded newspaper, cardboard, or computer printout paper. Over the bedding, add garden soil and water to provide moisture. The bedding material should be moist but not soggy. This is your final step to creating a container for your worms. Place your container in an area that is away from direct sunlight, such as in your basement or in your garage. You are now ready to purchase your worms. You may want to breed red wigglers as they reproduce faster and they do not need to burrow as deep in the soil as regular worms that you can find in your garden. To feed your worm bed, push back the bedding, place the food, and cover it so that it's an inch or so beneath the surface. You can feed the worms every day, twice a week, or only once a week. That’s about it! You see? Raising worms at home is not as difficult as it seems.
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