Worm Farm Composter Kits – Home Worm Composting Bin Ideas

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These worm farm composter kits are fabulous idea for recycling waste from your kitchen and home. These clever little worms will produce useful compost and a plant food tea, that will help the plants in your garden grow. These kits can either sit outside in the yard or alternatively they can be kept inside the home.

Worm Factory Composting Worm Bin System

Here are some recommended products that are vermiculture worm composting systems that would be perfect for recycling all your home food waste.

 Home Worm Composting Starter KitHome Worm Composting Starter Kit

 

 Worm Bin Turn Home Food Waste into CompostWorm Bin Turn Home Food Waste into Compost

 

 Food Recycling System Worm Bag Composting BinFood Recycling System Worm Bag Composting Bin

 

 Vermiculture Compost Bin Worm Farm KitVermiculture Compost Bin  Worm Farm Kit

 

Best Indoor Worm Bin

Here is a worm farm compost bin that can be safely kept inside the home. Apparently if you look after the worms well there is no small and the worm won’t escape.

 Worm Compost Bin that is Suitable for Indoor UseWorm Compost Bin that is Suitable for Indoor Use

 

Worm Farm Accessories

When you are looking after your worm farm you will need some additional tools and accessories to make the job easier. One essential is the chart that tells you what you can safely put in your worm composting bin. You really need this if you are trying to get the whole family on board.

 Infographic What can I put in my Worm Composter?Infographic What can I put in my Worm Composter?

 

 Worm Factory Essential Starter Accessory KitWorm Factory Essential  Starter Accessory Kit

 

How Does Worm Composting Work

It is amazing to think that your worm farm compost bin can convert waste products from your home into compost and “worm tea” that can be used to improve the fertility of your garden.

What Can I Put Into My Home Worm Farm?

Generally, it is recommended that you put chopped pieces of vegetables and fruits into your worm composting bin . Also, the worms need a certain amount of brown material like shredded paper, cardboard and dry leaves. It is best to avoid salty foods, processed foods, meats, dairy and oils.

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