Soldier Fly Maggots Leaving the Worm Bin Indoors

I work as a special ed teaching assistant at a high school in Northern Virginia. Last year we purchased a worm bin and 10,000 red wigglers. Over the summer we had to move the bin outdoors to our garden, because the school shut down. I noticed numerous soldier fly larvae after a month or so, but read that they wouldn't hurt the worms and could even be beneficial. But now we have brought the worm bin back indoors for the winter and maggots have begun leaving the worm bin in droves. The other teachers are not happy! Why are they leaving the bin? Can they be stopped?


Thank you for your advice,

Sherrie

Click here to post comments

Join in and write your own page! It's easy to do. How? Simply click here to return to Questions about worm composting.

SearchSuchen


How to make

$ -MONEY - $

with earthworms! 

The Book 

"How to start a profitable worm business on a shoestring budget 

Order a printed copy from "Amazon"  at the SPECIAL PRICE of only

$9.95

or a digital version from the "Kindle" store at the SPECIAL PRICE of only

$3.95

Prices valid till 31.09.2019

Extended!



How worms recycle human manure




Disclaimer: The link to the worm farm is my affiliate link. Meaning, I will get a small commission at no extra cost to you, should you purchase the product through my affiliate link.




Our New Book  

DIY Grey Water Wetland

Build your own system and grow fruit and vegetables with your dish water and other waste water at home

Order the Kindle E-book for the SPECIAL PRICE of only

$4.99





Use worms

against climate change