The Tiger worm (Brandling worm/ Manure Worm Eisenia fetida) is very good at the rapid processing of Organic waste into nutrient rich compost, we often get asked which type of worm is best for composting, in short the answer is probably a mixture of both dendrobaena worms and tiger worms as both types have a huge appetite and both species have a slight difference in ‘needs’ so combining both dendrobaena and tigers in the wormery (they only breed with their own species and live quite happily together) ensures the wormery works efficiently.
In summary, some websites advocate one species of worm over another – dendrobaena worms and tiger worms are BOTH very good composters so please be wary of this kind of advice.
To help you along, we have loads of hints and tips on our blog page. The link is at the bottom of the page.
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