Are composting worms suitable to be used for fishing?
From our research it looks like compost worms are fine to use for fishing. You can read more here:
How do I care for composting worms in extreme heat?
Composting worms that fare the best in hot conditions are Esenia Fetidas (aka red wrigglers or red tigers). Shade and maintaining a moist worm blanket are helpful. I would also make sure the soil of the raised garden bed is moist if the Subpod is ...
Where are my worms? My worms have disappeared.
It can be a bit of a surprise to pop open your Subpod, ready to give your worms their first meal, and discover that they’re gone! If this has happened to you, don’t panic. Even if your Subpod is installed directly into the ground, your worms won’t ...
Can I use your worms from your website for my composting bin (not Subpod)?
Unless your composting bin is designed with an air flow mesh that allows easy air entry while excluding flies, we don't recommend using composting worms in an ordinary composting bin.
I followed the tips in your FAQs, and used banana peel to lure my worms back to my Subpod, and it didn’t work. What else can I do?
Do not be alarmed If you used banana peels to lure your worms back to your Subpod and it was not successful. Remember that your worms are not far away. There are some other foods to try that will help to welcome your little friends back from their ...
I was told that compost worms can’t live in soil. How do the worms aerate and get nutrients to the soil around the subpod if they can’t survive there?
In nature composting worms live in the top layer of a forest floor, which is high in organic matter. In other words, they need high amounts of organic matter (your food scraps) to thrive. Subpod creates this environment, and in the beginning, your ...