How to “Split” a Worm Bin

This video shows how I split the contents of a relatively new worm bin to create two new vermicomposting systems.

Splitting offers a great option for those wishing to expand their “worm herd” rather than simply harvesting the vermicompost and starting fresh in the same bin.

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    • Larry
    • April 22, 2015

    This was extremely helpful. I’m getting ready to split a small bin I’ve had for about 4 months. Lots and lots of babies and adults. Thanks Bentley.

    • Ralph King
    • April 27, 2015

    Excellent Site which I have relied on to get to the 4 bin stage. I feed household and paper/cardboard bedding. The previously frozen mulch (gloop) sometimes has mold which i am not sure of its safety. Haven’t allowed it to accumulate. I am in the Calgary area. Where are you???

    • Steve
    • May 6, 2015

    Nice professional presentation Bentley. This is certainly easy for all of us aspiring “worm-heads” to follow. Timely advice around vermicompost harvest time. Thanks for covering this topic.

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