World’s Easiest And Cheapest Way To Raise Composting Worms! You Will Love This!

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25 Responses to World’s Easiest And Cheapest Way To Raise Composting Worms! You Will Love This!

  1. If you have ever thought about raising your own composting worms this is
    about as simple as it gets with Fantastic results! Thanks Larry

    Larry Hall
    April 27, 2014 at 3:46 pm

  2. Larry I’ve watched a lot of your videos and I love every single one. I’m in
    CA and am a bit lost on the worm idea. Where do you store the bucket? What
    about watering? Do you add any food compost? Lots of questions but I know
    you have all the answers :-)

    April 27, 2014 at 3:49 pm

  3. Composting with worms is amazing, this bucket looks better than the
    stackable totes people are making on youtube. With the incredible cold
    weather we had last month, my worm bins are froze solid lolz Time to start
    over, stuff happens!
    TIP: I use Tamale flour because it has some lime in it, just add it with
    your food scraps.

    April 27, 2014 at 4:21 pm

  4. I’m trying to figure out where food scraps fit into the equation? I
    thought that was one benefit of composting worms? 

    Growing With God
    April 27, 2014 at 4:49 pm

  5. thank you so much for this am going to try it for my plants i plants will
    love this

    April 27, 2014 at 5:27 pm

  6. where do you keep your worms during the winter, does it have to be warm for
    them? I live in north florida but it does get pretty chilly here in january
    and february and I was wondering if keeping them in a shed would be alright
    for the winter? thank you in advance :)

    April 27, 2014 at 5:48 pm

  7. Hi larry, what do you do to make sure the cocoons are hatch & baby worms
    can go back into the bucket? will the cocoons hatch without any worms
    around it? How long it takes to hatch?

    Cole Ken
    April 27, 2014 at 6:04 pm

  8. Thanks for the tip larry. I got my worms but many of them died before ever
    hitting my dirt. working with it and hoping to get some live ones out of
    it. Always look forward to your videos. thanks

    Larrys LeatherWork
    April 27, 2014 at 6:31 pm

  9. Hi Larry. I was just about to get started and I am confused. Got me 2
    buckets with rubber o rings. I know you mentioned you don’t drill holes
    because you know how wet to keep the bedding but would you recommend
    drainage holes for a novice? Is 70% peat, 20% coffee grounds, 10% food
    waste too much coffee grounds? How much Lime do I need in a 5 gallon
    bucket? Do you ever sale any of your EEs?

    April 27, 2014 at 6:58 pm

  10. Larry will the worm bin survive in a minnesota garage? You know how it gets
    here in the dead of the winter.

    April 27, 2014 at 7:16 pm

  11. Hi Mr. Larry how ate you doing? Also your videos are wonderfulllllll I also
    would like to ask how much peat moss and garden lime to put in my 5gal
    bucket? Thanks God Bless.

    April 27, 2014 at 7:22 pm

  12. OK, I see I need to watch your other worm video for more details. I want
    to make some good vermicompost and this is probably a good way to start.
    Your other video seem to be excellent guidance. Thanks for sharing your
    experiences and experiments. Since some of my neighbors insisted I get rid
    of my goats, I need another way to compost fruit and vegetable scraps.
    Obviously I also need to use a worm food recipe from time to time.
    Wondering about how often I need to feed them and how to tell they need
    feeding for good reproduction.

    April 27, 2014 at 7:23 pm

  13. Thanks Larry!

    Dana DeWitt
    April 27, 2014 at 8:11 pm

  14. thank you for the vids. When you screen your compost, would you say it’s
    mostly peat moss since that’s what the bulk of the bedding is when you
    start? or do the worms eat the peat moss and convert to castings? i’d like
    to end up with mostly castings when I’m done composting, and not peat. Hope
    this makes sense! God bless

    kathe garden
    April 27, 2014 at 8:46 pm

  15. A larry this is will for Lafayette, Louisiana. love your videos and love
    how you know so much good information. Just want to tell you two new worlds
    (field capacity). That is what you mean by when you say the soil should not
    be too wet and not too dry. 

    April 27, 2014 at 9:06 pm

  16. Thanks Larry! I am going to use this method for my small business.

    April 27, 2014 at 9:17 pm

  17. Great video! I hope to get into vermicomposting this Fall. Do you screen
    the entire contents of the bucket? How often do you screen it? And when
    you start a new bucket, how much peat, lime, etc do you put in? What about
    adding Azomite or other rock dusts for the worms to incorporate into
    compost? Thanks for the great ideas!

    April 27, 2014 at 10:05 pm

  18. Larry. This is a great way to do a worm farm. In my previous worm farm, I
    had five 5-gallon buckets with lots of drain holes in the top four buckets,
    and I would rotate the top four out every couple of months. It was a lot of
    work to set up and it worked well but it was not highly productive. Your
    technique is a whole lot less work and I think the technique would yield
    much more castings.
    Because of the daily summer deluges in Florida and because worms can’t
    tread water, I do believe I need to have some kind of drain system if I
    leave the top open, I am thinking two buckets, one with a drain. Before, I
    stuffed the drain coconut fiber to keep the worms from transferring to the
    bottom bucket and drowning. I also like the worm tea from the bottom
    I have heard that the African and European worms are invasive because they
    unbalance the eco system, and cause the native species to die off. I stick
    with the native worms to be on the safe side, even though I know they don’t
    produce like alien worms. 

    Barb Basel
    April 27, 2014 at 10:07 pm

  19. Love it Larry. Keeping it simple and getting it done. Thanks.

    Breaking Urban Ground
    April 27, 2014 at 10:28 pm

  20. Larry, does the peat need to be screened?

    April 27, 2014 at 11:19 pm

  21. Love the simplistic idea of this. May have to give worm farming another
    shot. Thanks for the video.

    April 27, 2014 at 11:39 pm

  22. can you feed the worms cornmeal with yeast in it

    Ulysseus Compton
    April 28, 2014 at 12:31 am

  23. Larry, can you use this method to feed vegetable scraps for composting?

    April 28, 2014 at 1:21 am

  24. awesome info thank you Larry.

    michelle gilliland mcafee
    April 28, 2014 at 1:46 am

  25. Larry Hall
    April 28, 2014 at 1:53 am

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