In your blog you mentioned that plastic worm bins heat up more than wooden bins. I am leaning towards keeping my worms bins in my small backyard and sunlight might hit them during the mid summer for less than 30 minutes.
In deciding which worm bin to purchase, do the wooden bins allow migration of the worms, so that the compost is easily harvestable?
How long can the wooden bins last? Will they decompose at some point?
I live in a townhouse, with a small backyard and garage. To start my compost, I want to know what would be the best situation for composting so that I can buy the most suitable bins. Options:
1) Backyard: In my backyard I could place bins in a shady place that would never get direct sunlight during the summer, but in the winter it is cold as there is no sunlight back there for 2 months.
2) Garage: Extreme temperature ranges, as in the winter it is cold, down to 40 degrees and in the summer 95 degrees.
3) Kitchen sink: Under the kitchen sink the space is limited and would not fit your bins.