Adding worms to a Raised Bed Vegetable Garden?
Virgie Jaquess on Jan 03, 2018shred newspaper and bury in soil about 6 inches to a foot deep keep wet for 3 weeks then add worms purchased at bait store. You will be amazed at the number and size of your worms in a few monthsHelpful Reply
Chas' Crazy Creations on Jan 03, 2018Here is an article that might help - https://www.wormsdirectuk.co.uk/acatalog/advice-sheet-introducing-worms-to-a-newly-created-garden.htmlHelpful Reply
Nancy Turner on Jan 03, 2018You could dig up worms from your yard and put them in your raised bed. Put some coffee grounds in the soil, they like that, you could also use the feed they sell for worms when you have a container full for fishing to keep them fed. I have kept them going and happy for a good while doing that in the summer when I keep them contained for fishing bait. I dig them up from my piles of shredded leaves I keep by my fence.Helpful Reply
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