Uncle Jim's Worm Farm 250 Count Red Wiggler Live Composting Worms
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- Guaranteed Live - All orders ship to arrive within 2 days of purchase! *
- Real Worm Farm - Over 50 Years Experience Growing & Shipping
- Great Fun for all Ages - We provide live Phone Support.
- Great for Indoor - Outdoor Composters, Gardens, Pet Food Source
- Makes a delicious bite sized hi-protein treat for any aquarium fish or reptile
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Uncle Jim's Worm Farm has been in the business of selling and shipping composting redworms for over 50 years! We provide live phone support for all questions and concerns. Composting Worms around here are know as "Natures Wonder Workers" Add some composting worms to your garden or composting pile and reap the best organic results! The redworm also makes a delicious bite sized hi-protein treat for any aquarium fish or reptiles. Trout and pan fishermen see excellent results as well.Restricted state: Hawaii All orders ship to arrive within 2 days of purchase! * BUSINESS days
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I have them in their "bed" and I followed all the directions (read Henry Owen;s Kindle Edition "How to Start a Worm Bin" ) I have shredded paper, damp paper, grass clippings, crushed egg shells, coffee grounds, plenty of air holes and a little food. The box is in my garage for temperature control. Still, when I checked on them before going to bed some had escaped and would have died if I did not put them back in the box. I decided to leave the light on in the garage for the night because they do not like light and may decide to stay in the box.
Beginners should be advised that many things can go wrong. Your worms can die or undesirable insects may infiltrate. Too much food is no good, too little is no good.
Uncle Jim has it all worked out in some Worm Farm. But your successful home worm bin will require research.
Thanks for great customer service. I hope to have awesome compost for my flower garden next season!!!
Unless you would like to spend $30 on hundreds of dead worms and bad customer service, you should find somewhere else to buy worms from.
Reviewed in the United States on January 19, 2016
I keep them in a plastic tub outside and so far they have been very resilient. We've had some brutally hot days and as long as I keep them moist they just burrow down below the compost and seem fine. I've left them out in a couple rainstorms on accident and when I checked on them the box was literally full of water. I drained off the excess water, added some shredded newspaper to dry things out a bit, and they were just like new. Lately we've been having some cooler nights and that doesn't seem to impact them at all either. I think I'll bring the bin in over the winter just to be safe but otherwise they seem extremely hardy.
I was worried that the smell might be too much but honestly I don't notice any smell at all other than an earthy compost/soil smell. As long as you keep the food scraps under the compost layer I haven't noticed any problems with smell, fruit flies or any other pests. Overall I'm very happy with this purchase and I'm thinking my garden will be too.
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Reviewed in Canada on May 2, 2022