Ken Peavey wrote:If the location dictates direct sunlight, cover the heap with dry leaves. These will serve to insulate the pile in the cold season and give the heap some water retention capacity in the sun.
If you live near a bait shop, a couple dozen worms can be had for a couple bucks. It's a small scale start, but give it time, you'll have all the worms you can stand.
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