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Soil Biology

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. We have these worms indoors and outdoors, and they do just fine if you give them enough space, food, and moisture. We don’t recommend placing them in above-ground containers. Soil temperatures must stay below 85° degrees Fahrenheit.

We try to replicate what Mother Nature does in the wild. We do this with the use of a microscope and the help of microbes in the soil. Creating a habitat as close as possible to what you would find in nature so worms and plants can live happily and healthy.

There is an industry rule of thumb of 1lb of worms per sqft of compost area. We like to say it depends, because it comes down to how much food you can feed them. For 1 or 2 people 1/2lb to 1lb is a good start and for a family of 4 a minimum of 1lb is what we recommended. 

For a garden, Dr. Clive Edwards from Ohio State stated that a healthy soil contains 100-250 worms per square yard or 9 square feet. We only recommend you put worms in your garden if there is food their for them to eat. They need decaying organic material to feed on. 

Yes, you can add worms to compost as long as its a static pile that isn’t turned. Yes, you can put worms in your garden as long as you feed the worms. In our experience compost piles and gardens should be a minimum of 18″ deep and a minimum of 6 sqft with irrigation to survive our summers.

We are located in Centennial Hills next to Floyd Lamb Park. 

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Unfortunately, all orders are non-refundable after products have been processed and this is because our products are alive. 

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