Okay, hereís what Iíve done to "modify" my worm-collecting-farm.
First up, Iíve used a pitchfork to gently dig and loosen the soil
underneath the worm farm (that has the holes in the bottom, which
hopefully they will crawl up through)
Iíve taken the food scraps out, and spread about 10cm or so of loosely
packed soil in the bottom of the box, with lots of leaf litter mixed
through to make the soil medium more fibrous.
Iíve then put the food scraps on top of this soil medium, with the
damp Hessian sack on top, with the plastic lid on top of that.
Iíve also taken out a generous proportion of the vegetable scraps (no
citrus, meat, or pineapple at all) and put it in a blender with lots
of water. I had to fill the blender several times, tipping this
liquefied "vegetable juice mix" into a large plastic watering can. I
then poured this blended mix (plus some coffee grounds) through the
food scraps, through the soil layer, then through the holes in the
bottom, and into the loosened soil below.
Am I on the right track here?
Sounds good to me. I too have used the blender technique in the past as I
thought it gave and worm hatchlings more of a chane to feed on baby worm
Can you come back and let us know how this works please? And good luck.