Long warm nights and lots of fresh herbs to add to your home grown salads, what could be nicer! Summer will be a very productive time for your worms, the warm temperatures will increase the production of cocoons and reduce their hatching times. Make sure that your worms are not exposed to temperatures much above 25°, as food consumption will reduce and at 30° they will begin to die. If temperatures are really scorching, move the worms to a shady spot under a tree or by a shady wall and check the moisture content regularly.
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