Alabama Jumpers Suitable for Composting Worms?

by Richard
(Corona, CA)

Hey Pauly, love your videos. Thx for replying to the questions I've asked you on your YouTube Channel. Can you tell me if Alabama Jumpers are okay to use in a WF360 or a Rubbermaid tote bin? have you tried that type of experiment? Id love to see a video of this idea lol thx !

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Sep 19, 2014
Alabama Worms In a Plastic Tote
by: Pauly

Hi Richard,

Thanks for the kind words :)

I have some "leaf litter" worms currently in a plastic tote sitting outside and will bring them in before it gets too cold for breeding purposes.

Alabama Jumpers are a "type" of leaf litter worm but I can not call mine AJ's as they have not been properly dissected yet by one who is qualified.
But Alabama Jumpers can definitely be raised in a plastic tote or other type of container as long as you stick with the high carbon sources.

I will post a picture of my Leaf Litter worms in a plastic tote as soon as I can.

Thanks for the question Richard,

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