please help with "math"
According to this study, worm density affects reproduction.
I'd like to figure out how worm-dense my bin is.
(I know it is not dense by common sense.)
For instance, if you started with 5 kg of worms and put them in a bin
with a surface area of 2 m2, then your initial stocking density would be
5 kg = 11 lbs & a fraction of an ounce ?
2m squared ? 3 and a quarter feet ? x 3.25 = +/- 10.5 sq ft ? (area)
my bins are 13.5 x 19.5 inches (area).
If I round up and down how far off will I be by calculating 1 foot by 2 ft = 2 sq ft ? which is about a fifth ? of the example ?
So would you put 2 pounds of worms in a 2 sq ft bin?