Why Would Anyone Grow Worms on Purpose?
Well-fed red wiggler worms make compost that can be used to help grow your plants! You can recycle food scraps and paper waste in a home worm compost system that is easy to set up and easy to maintain.
The compost that is created in your little worm farm contains beneficial bacteria that will help your plants. The compost also contains nutrients that your plants can absorb and use to grow. In addition, it contains humus, a substance that can give soil a more crumbly texture that plant roots can thrive in.
Are you ready to get all these benefits for your own garden by setting up your own worm composting system?
What You Need to Start a Worm Farm at Home
Manage Your Worm Bin
When adding more kitchen vegetable/fruit scraps to your bin, make sure to cover the scraps completely with bedding. If the scraps are not covered, they can attract fruit flies.