When should I add the next tray to my Wormery?

Assuming you are adding your food scraps every couple of days as you lift the moisture mat you will see the worms working just below the surface.

How Much Waste Can I Add To My Worm Composter?

Volumes of Waste It will take a few months for the worms to make their first usable batch of worm compost .. [more info]

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What can I do about slugs in my wormery?

Slugs can be a challenge in your wormery so good to address them

My worm bin has fruit flies - what should I do?

Composting is indeed a complete ecosystem but flies don’t need to be tolerated. [more...]

Do woodlice cause a problem in my wormery?

No. Woodlice are primary composters so eat organic waste and produce compost so they can live along side your worm population.. [more info]

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What to do if there’s white mould growing in my bokashi bin?

This is good news. The white mould is actually a fungi and shows that the food waste is fermenting rather than putrefying.

How do I harvest my worm compost without the worms?

There are a few methods to harvest worm compost without the worms:

Why have I got Fruit Flies in my Subpod?

Fruit flies can enter Subpod when you are adding your food waste. They can also get into the system before your food scraps are added to Subpod if there’s a loose lid.

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