For those who are new to gardening there is a lot for them to learn. If you have a garden at your place or simply some potted plants, then it is best that you learn about composting worms. In this process worms are introduced in the soil where they consume organic material. When this organic material passes through their bodies it goes back into the soil. This way the nutrients can be brought back to the soil and it remains fertilized. There are many things that you need to know before you start composting worms. You can gather as much info as you can in this beginners guide to composting worms.
There are different worms such as red worms that you can use for composting the soil. You can find them at different stores very easily. Red worms are the most popular worms for this category as they can consume organic wastes very quickly.
There are different types of food scraps that you can use for worm composting, however, there are some do’s and don’ts of worm composting that you should know about beforehand. For starters, it is best that you use peels of vegetable and fruits instead of cooked foods or meat. The reason for that is that cooked food can be buttery and oily which makes it hard to break down, while on the other hand, vegetable and fruits are less complex and can be broken down readily. Although it is best that you avoid using citrus fruit scraps like lemon or orange as they can attract a lot of flies. In addition to this, in vegetable material it is best to avoid the use of onions as they can give off a very strong smell.