We've noticed the worms travelling out to a maximum garden bed size of 1.2 m x 1.8. But this would take some time for the worms to fertilize a bed that size (6-12 months)
To speed up this process, you could use your finished compost in your Subpod and then spread it around to your plants that are further away from the subpod, or in other garden-bed.
The best way to encourage the compost worms to roam widely through a raised garden bed around the Subpod is to cover any bare soil between plants with mulch and keep it from drying out. The worms will move through the layer between the soil and the mulch as long as that region is damp.
Every 6 weeks the worms will multiply. The offspring turns into adults. Then every 6 weeks they produce more offspring.
When they transferse (move out of the Subpod), they cool off, then they aerate the soil. They excrete the castings. They are eating their body weight per day in food scraps.
Every 6 weeks, they eat more and get used to their environment.
The worms normally travel about 120cm.
1 month is 40cm.
2 months is 80cm.
3 months is 120.
up to 150cm - 180cm.
The soil around the subpod becomes more like the leaf litter of the forest so they happily move through it.