Feeding a wormery from a bokashi bin

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Re: Feeding a wormery from a bokashi bin

Post by wormcity » Thu Jan 08, 2009 7:59 pm

Hi Perdita

Any of the wormeries we sell would be fine for adding bokashi to (except the childrens one)

We put a bucket of fully fermented bokashi'd waste into one of our worm beds and the worms swarmed all over it, 15 litres of waste was consumed within 6 days - all thats left is the brown onion skins !!

However our worm beds are huge and hold lots of worms......

You can feed your worms the waste, but add it slowly to start, and only to one side / corner of the wormery - then if the worms didnt like it - they could move away - to the other side.
The bokashi waste also tends to produce heat as it continues to compost down, so another reason not to add too much at a time.
As with any new food introduced into the wormery, add it in small amounts, and see how the worms eat it before adding more

Hope That Helps


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Re: Feeding a wormery from a bokashi bin

Post by HannahPeter » Fri Jul 24, 2020 12:13 pm

Would you guys please share some more information regarding this topic? It would help me in completion of academic paper.

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Re: Feeding a wormery from a bokashi bin

Post by WillyWorm » Fri Jul 24, 2020 3:17 pm

Sorry I have no experience on this subject. You could contact Ronnie the WormCity owner direct, she may be able to help. Go to Wormcity.com and tap “contact us”


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