"It really depends on what type of worms they actually are. If they are nightcrawlers of some sort, they are not likely to remain in a grow bed since they are deep burrowing worms suited to a cooler climate.
The composting worms that are of…"
"I think it all depends on what fish you are raising, and if you are using floating raft beds, or NTF channels. You would want a filter for the later two, no matter what type of fish you have. I have had bluegill in a small tote system with a media…"
"As it turns out yes you can but only at a highly inflated electrical cost compared to just using an air pump for bubbles which will leave you more room/uses for your pump(adding venturi jets seems to significantly reduce head)"
Are there any rules of thumb to consider when purchasing an air pump for dwc raft beds? I have a 16 foot x 1 foot x 1.5 foot dwc raft bed and I tried using a venturi manifold(diy) to get my bubbles but it just isn't enough. So I'm in the market for…See More
I placed about 1000 worms from a farm near Tampa last spring. it came out to about 40 per gravel bed. I changed out about 5 of my 1/2 barrel to larger beds and I saw very few worms in them (5-6).Should they be multiplying? Many of my beds are full…See More
Hi folks,I'm a beginner in the design stage so I have been watching all sorts of YouTube videos and reading all I can. Sylvia's book seems to be the gold standard so far, but some other seemingly experienced folks are using swirl filters (and other…See More