Tiger worms

Tiger worms are small worms, comparing to African nightcrawlers. Tiger worms can be grown in small bins and live in a wide range of temperature from 15 to 25 degrees Celsius.


Tiger worms feed on a variety of foods such as fruit and vegetable scraps.


They are grown for composting and producing worm casting commercially.

Tiger worms
African nightcrawlers

African Nightcrawlers

African Nightcrawlers are big worms and breed very fast. They can grow up to 12 inches.

It is recommended to grow African Nightcrawlers in wide surface containers, because they can grow very quick and get too crowded.


Most Thai business owners in Thailand, who produce worm castings commercially would supply cow manure as food to African nightcrawlers.

African nightcrawlers can live in temperature range from 20 to 30 degrees Celsius.

Blue worms

Blue worms are very small, and breed very fast. They are usually grown for home based composting because they are easy to care for, but sometimes they can leave bins during rainy season. 


Blue worms prefer to live in warm temperature range from 25 to 30 degrees Celsius.

Blue worms