If you are reading this blog, you probably are a worm lover, and think the pictures above are pretty cool. If you randomly found this website, you probably think you are in the middle of a NIGHTMARE.
Let’s take a look at some of the more common types of worms commercially available, and their purposes.
Only a few types of worms are recommended for composting. In my opinion, these are the three best types of worms for composting:
The reasons why these worms are great composters is because they share certain characteristics:
Prolific in captivity
But, what if you want to raise worms for more than just composting?
Do you like to fish? Would you like NEVER to worry about whether or not the bait store has any worms left? Great Bait worms:
The reasons why these worms are great bait worms is because they share certain characteristics:
Large size (Especially the Canadians)!
Want a great worm for your garden! Try Alabama Jumpers. I’ve never seen a stronger, more active worm. They are so distinctive, even the babies JUMP like crazy! Please understand, most commercially available worms are NOT suited to live in soil. Alabama Jumpers do well in heavy clay soil.
Always make sure you’re using the RIGHT worm for the Job!
Have a specific question? Ask the Worm Dude on my forum! Happy to help.