Uncle Jim's Worm Farm 500 Count Red Wiggler Live Composting Worms
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- 500 Red Worms is a great amount of worms to start any compost project.
- Responsive Customer Service - Also provided with 800 number to speak to live worm experts.
- Red Worms Enhance germination, plant growth, and crop yield while improving root growth and structure
- 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 specializing in the "Redworm" for over 40 years. The redworm is a true Composting Champion. Why use chemicals to try to enhance your gardening efforts? Let the redworm supply you with the best enriched soil that nature can supply. Simply place your Uncle Jim's Worm Farm supplied redworms into your compost pile and let them munch away! No Chemicals! 100% Natural! Bigger - Better - Tastier - Healthier Fruits and Veggies! Restricted state: Hawaii
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On arrival I would've sworn there weren't 500 in there. They were packed in some sort of dirt like material. I put them in the composting bin and the next day found that many had escaped into the bottom of the bin. I found probably 200 down there. I realized them my kids had been lifting the lid the first day to check them a lot, so they were trying to escape the light. We have left them alone for the past week and given them food and moistened newspaper. I did my check today and raked through the bin and found that I definitely got my 500. The pictures at the end are of them today. They are plumped up and happy little guys. I haven't found a dead one yet.
I was surprised with the packaging being just a little sack, but it worked well. The worms had a good amount of soil/food to keep them healthy during transit.
I have too much in kitchen scraps, so I'm debating getting more now or just waiting for them to reproduce more.
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Good stock from uncle Jim.
I get castings and worm jism juice and feed it to my MED.Read more