What is the problem with woodlice in your wormery

Woodlice, also known as sowbugs or pillbugs, are crustaceans that are commonly found in damp environments, such as gardens and compost piles. While they are not harmful to the worms or the composting process in a wormery, they can be a nuisance.

What should I do about ants in my vermicomposter?

Ants in a vermicomposter can be a nuisance, but they are not harmful to the worms or the composting process.

Why is my wormery not producing worm tea?

Worm composters, also known as worm bins or vermicomposters, produce a liquid known as worm tea or leachate.

I have maggots in my wormery!

Maggots are the larvae of flies and usually gain access via eggs laid on the food scraps you put in.

How do I harvest my worm compost without the worms?

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

Why won't my worms stay put?

What to do if the worms try to escape from your worm composter! There could be several reasons why your worms are trying to escape on the first night:

Why won't my worms move?

If your worms are not moving to the next tray, there could be a few reasons:

What temperature works best for a worm composting kit?

The ideal temperature range for a worm composting kit is between 55-77°F 13-25°C (55-77°F). This temperature range allows the worms to most efficiently process the organic matter, reproduce, and thrive.

Are normal earthworms suitable for composting?

Normal earthworms, also known as "garden worms" or "lob worms," are not typically suitable for composting.

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