Start with only one tray, it takes a long while to fill a single tray, as the food that’s added disappears in a few days, and the level drops back down.
When the food is converted to worm castings, the level in the tray doesn’t go down anymore, and that’s when a new empty tray is stacked on top of the existing one.
If you’d like to learn more about worm farming, please check out the following articles:
- The Complete Guide to Worm Farming, Vermicomposting Made Easy
- How To Build a Worm Tunnel In-ground Worm Farm
- How to Build a Worm Farm with Polystyrene Foam Broccoli Boxes
- Why You Shouldn’t Use Bleached or Glossy Paper in Your Compost or Worm Farm
- Why You Shouldn’t Use Sales Receipts in Your Compost or Worm Farm
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