Should I move my worms?
So when I decided to begin a worm bin, I decided on Euro's mainly because I thought they would be good for fishing and the composting was a bonus. I set up my bin two weeks ago, and added 250 worms on Friday. The worms appear to be doing great--eating, lively, not trying to escape etc.
Here is my question--when I made my bin I used a mixture of newspaper and bagged top soil but predominantly top soil. The top soil ingredients are--peat moss, composted pine bark, and peat.
Now, I'm not sure if I should set up a new bin with a lot less soil and a lot more newspaper, cardboard, etc....or just ride this one out and see what happens. I'm thinking the peat moss, peat, and bark will break down even more and the worms will compost it.
I know a lot of this stuff is trial and error, but I value the opinion of those of you who've done this longer. So what do you think, ride this out and see how it goes or set up a new bin? I