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In the Worm Facts section, we cover composting worms, bedding, food, breeding & cocoons, bins, etc. The bin PH should be about 6.5 to 7.0. 7.0 is neutral. Rabbit feed is an all around good food source as are fruits and vegetables ran through a mini chopper. A homemade worm chow is easily made. Worms love rabbit manure; it doesn't have to go through the heating process prior to feeding like other manures: straight out of the rabbit and into the worm bin. Just added are European Nightcrawler Cocoons. The European Nightcrawler Cocoons hatch material will provide you with approximately 30 to 50 pounds of adult nightcrawlers. There's alot of information on the internet about raising BSFL, NightCrawlers, and Wigglers, but I'm going to help you because I raise my own for fishing
& composting. It's in the guide. African Nightcrawlers are great for composting more fibrous materials while providing nicer castings. African Nightcrawlers need a temperature of at least 60*F to be prolific. They will survive in lower temperatures and will hatch at 60*F. I have proven that. Worm castings, vermicast, or just plain worm poop, is called "Black Gold" and because it's packed with nutrients and great for plants. Have you thought about what these giant, record setting pumpkins and vegetables are grown in? Starting
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