I've got everything ready to start a worm bin, only "thing" left are..the fantastic worms. Wondering if there's someone out there running a worm composting bin with red wigglers (or the likes) and happy to give away even a few. I don't mind starting with just a handful and less than the target amount and letting them increase their population to sustainable numbers.

Drop me a private message to respond, that will forward to my personal email, as I check Ooooby very seldom at this point. Thanks you tons!



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hey yocef, I have some worms not too sure on the type but it was for my permaculture course. Pick up in brighton. 0272053734 Pete

"Thanks Pete for the worms, you're awesome. There were 120 grams of them, not bad at all, and they're going to be very happy now with 340g of scraps a day :) I just need to find ~500 more grams of them, on the hunt now!"

There's one way we can figure out what they are: have you been keeping them in a box or are they in the ground?
(earthworms don't survive in boxes)

Also, here is a picture of what tiger worms look like:

Could you confirm their ID please?




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