Worms for the Composter

crabpatty added on July 13, 2012 | Answered

I bought one dozen worms at the store and put them into my round compost bin. I have some great things in there for them to eat, but I don't see them. Does a composter hold the heat too much for worms to survive?

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Answered on July 22, 2012

They dig deep and EAT - it's their "excrement" that helps make the compost! Don't go looking for the worms, they're just busy doing their job (eating all the stuff in your bin!

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