Composting Worms for Sale
Looking to create your own worm farm and take composting to the next level? Look no further! We ship our Red Composting Worms and European Night Crawlers year-round, and they are ALWAYS guaranteed LIVE! Whether you’re composting food scraps and organic waste or making worm castings for your garden, our live compost worms are the ideal choice.
Choose from our wide range of European Night Crawlers and Red Wigglers for sale! Uncle Jim’s Worm Farm offers composting worms at the best prices so you can get the best gardeners on the planet affordably. Every order is sealed and shipped with care and with our customers in mind, so you can rest assured that your worms will arrive at your doorstep safe and sound. …
What Can You Use Composting Worms for?
If you’re a beginner at composting or you’re not sure how red worms can come in handy, let us explain. Red worms can actually be used for multiple purposes!
- Vermicomposting: using worms to break down organic material and create nutrient-rich compost for gardening and agriculture
- Bait for fishing
- Food for chickens, reptiles, and other animals
- Treatment of food waste in a home or small-scale setting
- Production of worm castings, a soil amendment high in nutrients and beneficial microorganisms
- Use in vermicompost tea, which can be used as a fertilizer for plants and to improve soil health
They might be small, but these gardeners sure are mighty and incredibly useful. Whether you want to reduce waste and increase organic production or get great bait for your upcoming fishing trip, our live worms are the top choice.
Why Choose Uncle Jim’s Worm Farm?
What started as a small business back in the 1970s has now become an established family-run company. Over the years, we’ve built a strong business that focuses on providing the absolute best quality products for our customers. When you order from Uncle Jim’s Worm Farm, you have a 100% live worm guarantee with each order. Plus, our worms are insect and mite free – only the best for our customers!
We go the extra mile to ensure that each order is carefully packed and shipped, so the products arrive in one piece. The best part? We’ve made sure to offer the lowest possible prices on the market! So, you’re getting the best product at the best price!
If you’re a beginner at vermicomposting, don’t think we’ve forgotten about you! We include instructions with each order so you know exactly how to add the worms to your garden, lawn, or composter. Composting has never been so easy!
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Our main concern is delivering high-quality products to our customers quickly and safely. When you order live composting worms from Uncle Jim’s Worm Farm, your order is delivered within 2-3 business days.
Quality, low prices, and a great customer experience are guaranteed. On top of that, we’re here to answer all your FAQs and help you start a worm farm today. Order our live worms and start your composting journey today!
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What Kind of Worms Do You Put in Compost?
The most common type of worm used for composting is the red wiggler or red worm, also known as “composting worms.” They are well suited for composting because they can quickly consume a large amount of organic matter and tolerate a wide range of temperatures and moisture levels. They are also very efficient at breaking down and converting organic matter into nutrient-rich compost. Other types of worms, such as nightcrawlers, may also be used.
How Long Do Compost Worms Live?
The lifespan of a composting worm can vary depending on its living conditions and the species of worm, but most composting worms live for around 1-2 years.
Red wigglers can live up to 2 years and breed rapidly in optimal conditions. Under ideal conditions of temperature, moisture, and food, composting worms can reach maturity and start breeding within 60-90 days after hatching. They can produce 1-2 cocoons per week, containing 2-20 eggs. This means that a small population of worms can quickly grow to a large population, allowing for continuous composting and nutrient production and making them the perfect worms for your worm farm.
Is It OK to Put Worms in a Compost Bin?
Yes! When you add composting worms to a compost bin, they will consume the organic matter and convert it into nutrient-rich compost.
When adding worms to a compost bin, you need to provide them with the right conditions, such as a balance of moisture, temperature, and food. A compost bin should not be too wet or too dry, and the temperature should be between 55-70F for red wigglers. Also, you should mix the compost regularly to ensure the worms have access to fresh food and oxygen.
We recommend starting with a small number of worms and gradually adding more as the population grows. This will allow the worms to adjust to their new environment and prevent overloading the compost bin with too many worms.
Can You Put Composting Worms in the Garden?
Yes, composting worms can be added to a garden to help improve soil health and fertility. This is often referred to as vermiculture or vermicomposting. You can add worms to the soil directly or place them in a worm bin near the garden. Compost worms will break down organic matter in the soil, such as fallen leaves, grass clippings, and kitchen scraps, and convert it into nutrient-rich compost.
This compost can then be used to amend the soil and provide essential nutrients for plants. Additionally, worm castings, the excrement of the worms, can be collected and used as a soil amendment to improve soil structure and fertility.