Arizona summer worm plans-will this work?
I need to figure out what to do for the summer. My worms will never survive in their worm bin and I have no place to put it. My garage gets well over 100 degrees. Here's my thoughts. If I dump my worm bin in my garden so that the worms can get into the cooler garden soil they should survive.
At the same time, I will keep a handful or two in a small bin, bedded in shredded paper. Feed only non-stinky foods like coffee grinds and corn meal. Over the summer they can start reproducing and by the fall I should have a new batch to start another good sized worm compost bin.
Do you think this will work? Maybe save about 2 ounces or so? How many ounces will I have in 4 months with this plan?