Suitable Climate and Temperature

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Redworms (Eisenia foetida, Eisenia andrei, and Lumbricus rubellus), the worms most commonly used in vermicomposting, feed most quickly in 15-25C (59-77F) degree temperature. They can survive at temperatures as low as 10C (50F), but temperatures above 30C (86F) may be harmful to them. This means that indoor vermicomposting can be practiced in all climates, except tropical. However, other worm species, e.g. Perionyx excavatus, are suitable to be used in warmer climates. If vermicomposting bin is stored outside, it should be sheltered from direct sunlight and protected from frost in winter. The temperature in large-scale vermicomposting bins (which may have high heat-retention properties) should be monitored regularly, since feeding material can compost, consequently heating up the bins and killing the worms.

What we offer

We offer A-grade biohumus - chemically analyzed and certified organic compost which is made from 100% organic ingredients. The compost is made by an outstanding organic farm in the EU with the help of one-of-a-kind technology.
Our biohumus has no unpleasant odor and is nice to use. Particles in this compost come in two sizes - 5 mm in diameter to use on putting and bowling greens as well as golf tees; and up to 15 mm in diameter to use in horticulture, agriculture, sports pitches, lawns, and fairway repairs.