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Use Worms in gardening. Do it yourself.

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Great article I have just started doing this but not the same, I will have to change, I use rescue worms I find when walking the dog, not red wigglers I think. I need to find a bait shop and get more, I probably only have 30 in 2x 40 liter tubs.

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If you can get even a few dozen red wigglers, they will eventually multiply to the proper amount for your bin. At that point you can take some out for a new bin or leave them and they will basically self regulate to the amount of food available to them. Composting will be slow at first with smaller numbers of worms, but they are prolific breeders. Before long, if done properly, you will have more worms than you know what to do with.

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