These unpopular invertebrates will appreciate the cool damp conditions of the worm bin to ride out the heat of the day. Some species of slug are omnivores and will aid the beneficial organisms in the system in breaking down the organic matter. While there are carnivorous slug species that feed on earthworms, they eat so few of them as to be a negligible problem.
Slug control is not required but if desired, is best affected by hand picking them from the system.
Hello, kill them when you can, yes they will have left eggs behind, yes they will procreate they allways do wherever we kill them eggs are always left behind which is why we can not get rid of them completely if you kill them in your worm bin leave the carcases for the worms to dispose of thats what worms do.