What happened to the red wigglers? (Eisenia fetida)

Written by Matthew on August 25th, 2015

Dear customer,

I am excited to announce that after many years of worm farming and experimentation that the european red worm has proven to be a great composting worm. It tolerates wide temperature variations better than the red wiggler, compost and breeds faster as well. It can deal compacted soils better than the red wiggler and many more advantages.

Due to these traits we have decided to specialize in the european red worm (Eisenia hortensis). We can ship this worm year round in all weather conditions without worry. By only offering this worm we can serve you better and faster.


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