Can anyone spare some Europeans?

RodneyJSJune 6, 2011

I'm interested in starting a worm bin, and I heard that Euros are the best for fishing & composting. Can anyone help me get started on vermicomposting?

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plumiebear(z9? CA)

Euros are great for fishing, but they prefer temps in the 60s. The climate in So. Cal. will be tough on them unless you want to keep them in an air conditioned room.

Andrew

    Bookmark   June 8, 2011 at 1:52AM
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RodneyJS

I ordered 250 Euro's from Speedyworm.com and am quite satisfied with my purchase. The shipment was mailed Monday afternoon & I received it today, Wednesday. The worms are large & lively. I can't to harvest castings & perhaps start another bin in order to increase production of both worms & castings

    Bookmark   June 15, 2011 at 7:27PM
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