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Making a few worms go along way

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  • Making a few worms go along way

    How do you make a few worms go along way, due to work commitments I only fish 1-2 times a fortnight and usually in matches. So when it comes to worms I tend to get them out of my garden, so I'm limited to the amount I can get. So how can I make them go along way or be more effective. Would liquid worm additive help??

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    Originally posted by rob39 View Post
    How do you make a few worms go along way, due to work commitments I only fish 1-2 times a fortnight and usually in matches. So when it comes to worms I tend to get them out of my garden, so I'm limited to the amount I can get. So how can I make them go along way or be more effective. Would liquid worm additive help??


    Surely someone knows the answer to this one,but i thought the most obvious answer is to start a wormery ,but don't ask me how.

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      We got a ton of cow s--t for the allotment but put some in a plactic sheet [thick blue stuff] wrapped it up and left it ,its now chocka with reds and dendras enough for years ?

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        My compost bin is chokka with them, I just want to know what I can put in it to concentrte the worms?
        [SIGPIC][/SIGPIC]

        Half man, half Octoplus, half bean wannabe test pilot.

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        • #5
          They will all be @ the bottom Luke
          I made a frame for mine that enabled me to turn it upside down & modified it so i could open both ends.
          Colin

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