Compost is almost like soil. If you mix a little soil in it, it should be fine. Earthworms break up the compost so it is less packed and it can breathe.
It's best thing to do, the small, red, blood worms are the best.
Worm castings make the best manure. You are not only gaining the benefits of the worms breaking up your compost; but, they also excrete high-quality, natural manure.
For sure, it's the best way to do composting. Red Wigglers are among the best specie out there for the job. Red Wigglers(Eisenia Foetida) Eat 2 times their own body weight in just 24 hours on upper ends of their temperature limits and produces worm castings thats 5 times richer in nitrogen, 7 times richer in phosphates and 11 times richer in Potassium than your average "hot" composting pile.
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Check this hubpage of mine out, its got loads of info about how Red Wigglers are the best at composting.
It is just okay.
No need to worry. Worms are best in the compost.
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