Thnak you for this general introduction on vermicomposting and its implementations in the world.
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Thanks so much, Melissa. I’m glad you enjoyed it.
22) The Potential of Earthworms Produced from Organic Wastes in Production of Pharmaceuticals
The most common worms used in composting systems, redworms ( Eisenia foetida , Eisenia andrei , and Lumbricus rubellus ) feed most rapidly at temperatures of 15–25 °C (59-77 °F). They can survive at 10 °C (50 °F). Temperatures above 30 °C (86 °F) may harm them.  This temperature range means that indoor vermicomposting with redworms is possible in all but tropical climates.  Other worms like Perionyx excavatus are suitable for warmer climates.  If a worm bin is kept outside, it should be placed in a sheltered position away from direct sunlight and insulated against frost in winter.