Not at all. The nosy among you beware and also make your children understand this - it's not useful to disturb the compost ..[read more]
Yes, and it's very important to remember this. Give your worms enough time to settle and reproduce, don't swamp them with food from the get-go. [read more]
Creating quality composts takes approximately 2-3 months. It mainly depends on the number of earthworms and the quality of 'food'. [read more]
Our composting worms are a mixture of species (mainly reds and dendras) selected for their composting ability. [read more]
The worms like to eat the food when it has gone soft, but before it rots. [read more]
Without predators to chomp them in the wormery worms will live for upwards of three years! [read more]
The worms will breed to match your food supply. They regulate their numbers and size to match the conditions. As the adults eat the waste and move upwards the eggs hatch out so to make best use of your wormery you need to add waste really regularly.