I've mentally committed to going Organic. There's no explaining why, anybody who is doing this already knows why. I've long been fascinated with natural science. I'm capable of maximum dork levels of gathering information. Just over a year ago, I had never heard of a COB LED, that's how I stumbled into RIU, researching new indoor light tech. Since then with, the help of the many knowledgeable forum members, I've built all of the lighting currently in use, for my chronic pain stricken Fathers' medicinal grow.... I've been lurking in this section for quite some time, All of the reasons I had to NOT grow organically are gone....I now own a house, with a BIG Fn' yard, with zoning for Agricultural use, near my very small hometown in Da U.P. of Michigan..... Greenhouse, composting, worm farm, produce garden, I'm eventually going ALL IN on all of it, and even hoping to acquire the neighboring empty lots for further expansion... I'm changing my focus from "LED Dork" to full on "Soil Nerd", and I'm going to need some guidance, and this is obviously the place to get quality direction. So since its the DEAD of winter up here, I figure about the only thing I can do to get this ball rolling is get a worm bin started. Basic, and simple- a two plastic tote starter bin. The videos around will get me through that, I just have one question before I order some wigglers.... How many worms should I start with?