Worms vs. Vermicompost
In all the forums, blogs, etc. great detail is provided about building, maintaining, harvesting vermicompost.
But, as the worms feed and produce tea and compost, they also multiply. Probably doubling their population in 3 to 6 months. After a while, seems to me, you would have too many worms to to process a fixed amount of kitchen and garden scraps.
So, my question is this: Why does no one talk about harvesting the worms and putting worms into the garden so that they can keep up their great work of turning garbage and waste into fertilizer? Sorta like converting your garden to a worm bin.
Thoughts and comments?