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Old September 27, 2016   #5
TC_Manhattan
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Originally Posted by Worth1 View Post
Put the 70% composted wood chips in first with the worms put the rest of the stuff on top and dont try to make it cook let it rot naturally.
The worms will will eat the fresh stuff and deposit nitrogen in the soil as they move.
One thing you can do to keep the worms around is to spread out good old cheap cornmeal.
NOT a fan of hot composting.

Worth
Worth, would corn gluten work as well to feed the earthworms?
I know I can get that from the farm co-op in 50# sacks for cheap.
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