Central Texas Vermicomposting Outside?
I've been doing vermacomposting inside for the last 6 months. Like most people who are new to worms, I overfed and have had a fruit fly explosion. I moved the bin outside for awhile and have moved it inside as I thought it will be getting too hot for the worms (Reg Wigglers).
Does anyone keep their worms outside in the shade during the summer? I figure the worms would just dig deeper into the soil but even then over time I would think that would get too hot for them.
My other thought is to build a little box for them in my garden and use that as a central depository for food scraps. They can come and go as they please and they'll stay cool and moist beneath all the mulch I have down.