How much citrus peel can I compost in Subpod?

How much citrus peel can I compost in Subpod?

4-5 fruit peels per week are no problem once your system is fully functioning after about 3 months of feeding.  Best to cut the peels into at least 4 pieces to compost faster.

The worms can move to the other side of the Subpod if they don’t like the citrus peel you put in.

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