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Where to Buy Compost Worms

Updated on January 13, 2011

While some worm composting enthusiasts and breeders raise their own, some simply just buy compost worms. So, if you weren’t into much of that raising and breeding start-up approach, and would just like to begin with a few purchased worms, then you should know where to buy compost worms.

Where to find compost worms

Some people might ask on ‘where to buy red wiggler worms and nightcrawlers exactly?’. Well, you may have the option to buy these two kinds of compost worms from specialty shops near you. These are specialty shops that you may think caters the use of worms.

Where to Buy compost worms

As previously mentioned, certain specialty shops may sell worms. You may be able to find and buy compost worms from a local bait shop, or from dealers who might be selling near a boat dock. Other than that, you can also get a hold of a variety of gardening shops online like GardenWorms.com (you can buy european nightcrawlers and red worms here). You can also look into a few worm farms being sold from local shops, or via the internet.

Other sources for buying compost worms

You may also find a few worm dealers from a directory listing, or under the classified ads. These worm dealers usually sell worms for composting to laboratories, aquariums, and to other worm breeders. Other than that, you can also look for other worm farms by just checking Findworms.com (a small website that was made to help out worm enthusiasts that are really into worm composting, and to help them find worm farms near their area). 

How to buy a worm farm

To buy worm farm kit’s is easy, all the more easy to manage as well. Not only do you get to recycle organic wastes accumulated from your kitchen and garden, you also get to produce some really good compost for your soil just by using a worm farm kit. It will definitely help save you some money, as well as help on lessening landfill accumulation.

So, by this you can consider using a worm farm kit for your own use. This kit and the worms in it, will help you convert all your kitchen scraps and garden wastes, into a liquid and/or solid based (worm castings) fertilizer for your plants and soil. You may typically find kits such as this from online farms, or from farm ranches. And before getting yourself a kit, make sure to compare prices first, so that you can get the best offer. Other than that, you should already know by now where to buy compost worms.

www.GardenWorms.com

Order live and healthy composting worms online through www.GardenWorms.com. You can choose between European Nightcrawlers and Red Wiggler worms.GardenWorms.com also offers other organic gardening supplies like organic fertilizer, pest killers, composting bins, worm composting books and much more!

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