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Red Wrigglers are home!

Today, my shipment of red wriggles came in. They were is great shape and they were very happy to be back on the ground from flying. Click here to see more information and pics.


Even though my plant buckets have red wrigglers in them, I bought some from Uncle Jim's Worm Farm so I could show everyone what to expect and how to work with them.


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RRRecardoe
RRRecardoe
May 04, 2021

I also had a few dead worms. That is OK. Uncle Jim's Worm Farm ships the worms in dry peat moss to protect the worms from the cold or hot temperatures. A number of my worms 'looked' dead but a few hours in moist soil and they dug in.

If your bag smells or after a few hours no movement of the worms, call Uncle Jim at 800-373-0555 and they will help you - but wait 24 hours first and water the peat moss to give your worms a fighting chance to live.

Start feeding a few days after you place them into your composting bucket.

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I bought some from Uncle Jim's farm last year and there were some dead worms. Why?

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