Yep...I am trying to establish a worm farm to provide me with bait. I dug up a small area that I have been throwing vegie scraps, amongst other things, for a few months. It could do with a bit more organic material but I am going to make do with what I have here. It won't get too much sun which is good. It looks drier than it was as I threw some dirt on to level out some low spots. It is now covered in hessian and I have started to wet it up. Should I throw some lawn clippings under the hessian? I hear conflicting thoughts in regards to the clippings generating a bit of heat. Am thinking of adding a few centimetres only and then just adding scraps. When I return to work I am hoping to be able to dig some worms to throw in the bed. I assume it is a good idea to put some in there as they won't just appear? Cheers Team Bender Needs a logistics officer to keep up with efforts in the war against CC!