The compost pile gets hot. My is usually 120-140 degrees and I'm trying to get it hotter. Wouldn't worms just die as fast I I can put them in? Or, after the pile gets over its initial hotness will the worms just start coming up from the ground and finish what the heat started? Also, are all worms created equal or do I need to use a specific kind of worm? I saw videos that specified "compost worms". Whats that?
Compost worms are Red Wiggler worms you can find for sale as fishing bait, they eat vegetable matter directly unlike most earth worms, these worms tend to live in the upper foot of soils.
You don't need to add worms to a compost heap, they will come when the heap is read for them to do their work. I consider worms as the indicator of the heap being almost finished and ready to use in the garden.
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