Q&A PAGE

Howdy everyone, welcome to the Q&A section of our website. This page on our website provides an opportunity for all of us to contribute our ideas, thoughts and questions in an effort to learn from each other and grow in our knowledge of vermicomposting. No one person has all the answers, but together we can move forward and improve the art of vermicomposting.

I hope that all of you will take this opportunity to participate so we can learn from each other.

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    • Howdy Peggy, the scientific information out there states that a Red Wiggler/European will live between 4 and five years. However, to me, that sounds like just a guess. So, I really don’t know how long they live. What I do know is that after the first 2 years the worms laying rate will be reduced significantly. Also, its best to add new genetics into your worm bin at least every 2 years to keep the heard from too much inbreeding. I hope this helps.

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  1. Howdy everyone, I’ve been asked about when my classes will resume. The classes will resume when 12 + folks are interested enough to join us. Leave your name, email address and what your interest is with the worms. For instance; you want to learn how to maintain a farm to take care of your kitchen scraps; you want to produce and separate the worm castings for your garden, raise worms for fishing or get into the worm business. There is a lot of misinformation on-line and some good. We will try to separate the difference.
    The class is a 5 hour long class. We will spend a couple hours in the class room, a couple hours working with the worms and the last hour with questions and answers. The class fee is $50.00 which will be paid for in class. (Cash only) Start your message with; “I’m interested in your class”. Then leave the information. I will keep a record of the number of interested folks and when we reach 12 +, I will contact each of you with the date and time. The class is typically taught on a Saturday. Let’s get you started.

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