Re: NANFA-- Grindle worms
Sun, 14 Mar 2004 22:49:02 EST

In a message dated 3/14/04 12:42:27 PM Eastern Standard Time, writes:

> You can try stirring up the soil, I have done that and it works, but only
> hides the problem. To get the most worms out, feed on tight area, mist them
> really good. Use the clean worms on the top of the pile or worms around the
> food for your new culture. Then you can flood the culture and feed off the
> rest of them. Grindals are really productive, it is too bad they don't get
> bigger. White worms are too touchy when its warm out.
I feed mine dry baby cereal (oat meal) I stirred mine up today and let it dry
out some. this was an accidental growth of grindle worms. I was trying to
redworms but I got it too wet and came up with grindal worms instead. How wet do
you keep yours and what do you use as soil?

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