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April 4th, 2018

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Urban Worm Bag – Day 27

Things have continued to move along nicely with my Urban Worm Bag. The worms are healthy and active, and the level in the system continues to drop.

My most recent (~ 10.4 lb) food deposit brings the grand total (of kitchen scraps added) to just over 39 lb. And it’s important to point out that I’ve actually been mixing quite a bit of “living material” and water in with my food, so the actual weight of material added is quite a bit higher (and I have not been tracking the amount of bedding added either).

Truth be told, I have actually been going a bit easy on the system because I don’t want to make it inhospitable for our toad friend.

I’ve already learned a couple of lessons in that department. For starters, I assumed that all the moisture and humidity in the system would be more than enough “water” for a toad. Apparently not. I noticed (more…)

Written by Bentley on April 4th, 2018 with 2 comments.
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