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red wiggler

The red wiggler is the world’s most common composting worm

Worrmy – If you’re a beginner to vermicomposting and you’re thinking of adding this species to your worm farm, but need more insight and information on breeding, life cycle, and reproduction, here are all the facts you need to know about Eisenia fetida, the red wiggler worm.
Unlike many other worms that react quickly to environmental factors and changes, red wigglers do not, remaining fairly calm when they face situations like sharp exposure to light or an attempt to get a hold of them.
Originating from Europe but now found in every corner of the globe besides Antarctica, red wigglers should be where you start looking to create an amazing composting bin!