In the past, I collected worms from different locations in and out of Tucson and dispersed them into my watered garden. After multiple attempts to start a worm colony in my soil, I have very rarely seen worms, even when watering my garden in the off-season. Without the aid of worms, what living organisms do I discover when I dig in the ground and in my compost? Grubs, of course.
|Adult Japanese June Beetle|
|Inside of Grub bucket - where the compost happens|
|Rhinoceros Beetle Grubs - Pretty gross!|
|An adult Rhinoceros Beetle|
Should I learn any additional information concerning the rearing of grubs for compost purposes, I will gladly add it to this post.
|If worms don't work - try Composting with Grubs!|