Well, RED wiggler worms eat rotting vegetation, compost, and manure
They lay eggs.
A Red Worm also known as a Red WigglerWorms are
The two, red wiggler worms and red earthworms are related however they aren't the same animal. The red wiggler worm or eisenia fetida is of the same family, lumbricidae as the red worm or lumbricus rubellus, however they are of different genera.
It depends on the amount of household waste you want to compost. Red wiggler worms eat half their body weight each day. If you want to compost 1 pound of waste-you would need 2 pounds of worms.
No, most reptiles like live insects like crickets.
Dig a shallow hole by what we call a worm's burrow. You should find the burrow of a Red Wiggler, which are specialty worms. Red wigglers vermi-compost.
They will eat human, dog feces etc. but it's not advisable to feed it to them if you will be using the worm tea and castings in vegetable gardens etc. for human feces it would be better to build a biogas digester and use the gas to cook with.
It dose not matter what age they have to be to eat earth worms
mine do I feed my goldfish every day red wriggler worms. I compost with the worms so I have a plenty of them. They eat about worms a day each and are very healthy. (3-4 inch fish)
doing a school report there buddy?The uses and benefits of red worms are converting yard waste and table scraps into nutrient-rich organic matter for the garden. Red wiggler worms are ideally suited to vermicomposting (worm composting), due to their voracious appetites.
any things that is biodegratable
How much worms eat depends on the type and size of the worms in question. In general, earthworms such as red wigglers can eat half their body weight every day.
they will eat blood worms grubs and flies
Yes, they eat insects, berries, and bamboo.
Worms, insects and fruits.
worms, fish, and plants
They eat worms, spiders, snails and slugs.
flies, crickets , worms ,etc.