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    i have just been for a walk with the dog & noticed some moss growing on a tree i know
    you can keep worms in moss to toughen them up but what i want to know is can i use this in my wormery as i am now going to put the 3rd box on ( 3 tyre) can it be used as bedding:
    cheers worms

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    I used to use damp moss to put in a bait tin with the worms for two or three days. It used to toughen them up. Don't really know about keeping them long term in a wormery. If you mixed the moss with other material, ( leaves, paper, tea leaves etc ), I can't see that it would do any harm.

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      I have always been led to beleive damp moss peat is the best for toughening worms. Just damp enough that you can squeeze a little water out as your knuckles go white! If moss peat works, then maybe moss will be good ??
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