I know worms need humidity to breath. Would it work to keep worms in a closed glass container in a dark room with red light if you ensure air flow in the container while keeping the air very humid?
For example with a humidifier or a construction to generate steam that travels to cool down before entering the container. I would love to be able to observe the worms while composting kitchen scraps. So basically they would sit in a glass container under red light, perhaps some big stones in the container in an environment with oxygen and humidity. Food scraps would be cut into small pieces before adding.
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