- Apr 18, 2013
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Of course Willowcat - sensible discussion is what this forum should be about.This poisoning is a serious subject and we "all" should be on a level playing field in discussing the problems that comes from it.
May I count you in?
You can buy worms online from organic gardening supplies, bait suppliers etc. or if you have suitable 'clean' soil to harvest from you can attract worms with damp cardboard (as mentioned above) or an old pair of jeans (!), slices of cooked potato or mash. You need untreated compost and a large bucket with lid (make air holes with a hot pin) to keep them in. Feed them cooked veg scraps, especially potatoes.Looking to buy a tub of earthworms for my axies, does anyone know of a good place to buy ? , thank you
If you use the medium sized ones to feed to axies - finger sized but without a breeding saddle - you'll never run short. my farm is about to be split in two becasue I have so many worms.