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Worm Farming FAQs

Worm Farming is a fun way to turn your organic waste into rich fertiliser for your garden. And, while its easy to do, the more you know about worms and worm farming, the more fertiliser you can produce. If you’ve got a question about worm farming, chances are you’ll find the answer here. If not, you can always ask our Tumbleweed experts for help. Don’t be shy, the information you need could be useful to other worm farmers around Australia!

  • Can I use any worms in my Tumbleweed worm farm?

  • How do I achieve the best environment for my worms?

  • How do I keep vermin out of my worm farm?

  • How do I start my worm farm?

  • How many worms do I need in my worm farm?

  • How much water should I add to my worm farm?

  • Should I be concerned about insects living in my worm farm?

  • What can I feed my worms?

  • What do I do when the working tray is full?

  • Where should I set up my worm farm?

  • Why isn’t my worm farm producing many castings?


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