http://www.RedWormComposting Presents…a quick and dirty overview of using composting worms (such as Red Worms and European Nightcrawlers) in raised garden …
Worm poop or vermicompost is a mix of worm poop and disintegrated raw material that is unbelievably high quality composts, loaded with essential dirt nutrients and a complex eco-system of microorganisms.
BloomsnBuds 200 Red Wiggler Worms are good for the reason that they can increase the usual composting process. Worms are able to eat any kind of organic waste and turn it into abundant compost, which can then be used for a wide variety of uses.
Composting worms will do well with plenty of organic matter. Worms love fruit and veggie scraps from the kitchen . Other items suitable for a worm’s menu include crushed egg shells, tea leaves and coffee grounds and even a modest amount of grass clippings from an organic lawn.
Americans throw away millions of tons of food waste into landfills every year. Food waste amounts to more than any other type of waste (EPA.gov). While traditional backyard composting has its place, the process can take up to two years and rotating it can become a chore. Worm composting uses worms to do the work of breaking down waste in a much faster and more efficient than a traditional backyard compost pile. The compact design makes it perfect for use in household use.
Worm composting makes it easy to recycle kitchen waste, paper waste and cardboard into nutrient-rich fertilizer for your plants. This will help you create a more sustainable lifestyle by recycling and improving soil quality. The Worm Factory 360 houses thousands of composting worms in a compact space. These worms work 24/7 to efficiently produce highly beneficial, rich compost packed with microbes and water-soluble plant nutrients.
Take one step in the green direction with the Worm Factory 360 WF360B Worm Composter and create a healthier, happier environment.
The nutrient-rich finished compost can be used in your garden, raised beds, container gardens, or on houseplants. Even if you’re not a gardener, the Worm Factory 360 helps you reduce your impact and provides an alternative to throwing your waste into the landfill. Worm compost not only adds vital nutrients to your soil, it also conditions the soil to hold water longer, prevent plant disease, and promote healthy root growth.
Your first tray will take about three months to become fully composted by the worms. After the first tray is composted the other trays can take as little as a month depending on the waste added. Once you harvest your finished compost from the bottom tray, you will have an empty tray to stack on top again.