Summary

As the largest worm farm in the United States, Uncle Jim's Worm Farm provides everything you need to get started with worm composting, including worm kits and bins. Keep these tips in mind for easy and effective worm composting:- Selecting the right worm bin depends on the amount of food scraps you'll be composting. No matter its size, every bin should be placed in a warm, fairly dark location with access to air flow and moisture. You can line your bin with wet paper to provide moisture, if needed.- Red worms and red wigglers are some of the most common and useful worms to carry in your bin, as they'll eat up nearly everything you place in the bin. However, it may be wise to avoid oils, meats, and dairy products, which don't break down as easily. Instead, stock your bin with vegetable and fruit scraps.- A composting bin can emit odors, though you'll minimize smells by steering clear of citrus fruits and vegetables with strong odors, like onions and broccoli.Uncle Jim's Worm Farm is happy to help customers with their questions about worm composting and more.

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