Update 9 for bins 2 & 3.
1JUL2018- Bin 2 & 3, moving worms from bin 3 over to 2. There is a noticeable difference in consumption between the bins. Both bins have an odor from the mangos. The smell is only noticeable when removing the cardboard layer and expected at this point in the process. Surprising how there is no smell only feet away.
There was a buildup of moisture on the lid and cardboard in 3. Looked like it was about to rain. The amount of worms were not as visible as I thought they might be so I only scooped up a few handfuls to move over to bin 2. See how this affects the bins before moving more. They’re usually more concentrated making it easier to move with less casting loss from the donor bin.
This time the food was evenly distributed and it seems so were the worms. In the past they did not receive as much as once so they gathered in more concentrated groups. Easy pickings when it’s time to move them. They’re in bin 2 now so lets see what happens next.
8JUL2018- Bins 2 & 3, clearly the addition of worms from bin 3 over to 2 made a big difference. The before and after shown in the video is amazing to see and demonstrates why it was a necessity. When opening the bins there was no foul odors and it looks like I’m keeping the roaches out.
Forgot for refill my water sprayer before I started so none of the bins were sprayed this time. I’ll give them a spray Monday or Tuesday they won’t need much. Bin 2 didn’t look like I’d added anything except that all the excess was leveled. Bin 3 had the low spots created when removing worms on JUL1 that will slowly even back out. By the next time they’ll be close to unnoticeable. It is another interesting thing to see happen in these bins.
Wasn’t much to do but add more waste and let both bins equalize with all the changes. I have to get better at taking stills for all the reasons I use them. When I don’t it bites me in the ass every time, that and the autofocus. Check out the video below for some good close ups of the worm transfer. -13