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 How do you keep worms from freezing in your compost bin?

Answer If the bn is in an enclosed space; a heat lamp or high wattage bulb may have good success.If bin is not enclosed; wrap bin with a heat tape (typically used for water pipes) and plug in.Ray Phillips
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