Do you have to turn worm compost

by Stephan

A  worm bin processing dog poop.

A worm bin processing dog poop.

Hello,I just realized I had one more question...Do u have to turn worm compost like

you do other types of compost piles.?

Thank you for your quick response and
your informative site.


Answer: Hello Marina,

one of the many beneficial points of worm composting is the fact that it needs very little maintenance. Contrary traditional compost pile management you don't need to turn the organic material in a worm farm at all!

The worms take care of the aeration of the materials themselves.

Just keep on adding your organic matter on to the surface area of your worm bin and the worms will get to it in due time.

Kind regards and happy worming!

Stephan Kloppert
Admin
www.worm-composting-help.com

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