Composting Worms In Turkey?

Looks like the ‘Share Board’ is starting to come back to life again. I received an email from Jennifer who is trying to track down someone to send her Red Worms in Turkey. Here is her original msg:

I am a Canadian living in Turkey for the next few years and there is
no recycling here… which bothers me. So I have decided to do some
vermicomposting. The problem is that I am having trouble finding
suppliers in Europe and like you write on your site some suppliers can
be fairly shady. So I was wondering if you could maybe point me in
the right direction?

Thanks a lot for any help,


As I told Jennifer, unfortunately I am not all that familiar with the European worm composting scene, so I really have no idea myself. Hopefully one of our readers will be able to lend a hand though. If you have some thoughts on the matter, please send me an email with a related subject title, or simply leave a comment at the bottom of this post.

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    • Kim from Milwaukee
    • July 22, 2009

    I bought my worms from a local bait shop. Surely people fish in Turkey?

    • Jason
    • March 31, 2012

    I am currently in Turkey curious about developing vermicomposting at home. Are there worms available in Turkey? Will it work with any old worms from the local bait shop?

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