- An average 60% of landfill waste is organic and easily compostable, however the anaerobic process produces harmful methane gas. Worm farming reduces these emissions, landfill and returns the organic matter to the earth.
- Garden organically and replace chemical fertilisers with worm castings & worm juice to feed your plants & soil.
- Small Australian business.
- Made from 100% recycled plastic.
- UV stabilized to protect the worm castle from the long-term degradation from UV light.
- 3 tray design.
- Beige colour.
- Ventilated for better air flow.
- Coir fibre bedding.
- Softer plastic construction means less chance of breakage.
- Longer legs gives you more room to catch your worm tea.
- Compact design makes it easy to move.
- Smaller size farm is great for home and apartment use, at the office and for getting the kids involved!
- Castle-esque cover/lid that the whole family can enjoy.
- Spigot for easy draining of worm juices.
- Tested for weight bearing; strong and sturdy.
- Made in Victoria, Australia.
- Holds 10,000 Worms in Full production
Worm farming is an excellent, fun & easy way to reduce your household, school or business waste. The castings and worm juice (tea) produced as a result will work wonders in your garden - converts have proclaimed that there is no better liquid fertiliser or soil conditioner than that produced by the humble earthworm.
Comes with plastic base and legs, lid and 3 stacking trays. Tap, coir bedding and instruction sheet included. Although the lighter colour helps keep the temperature stable, place the farm somewhere that avoids the afternoon sun. They can be set up on a balcony or in a laundry for apartment dwellers, under an awning outside, in a shed or in a shaded location for those with a yard. One working tray will added at a time, until you've reached full operation.
Worms love a variety of organic waste such as: kitchen scraps, coffee grounds, paper, cardboard, teabags, dairy, eggs, eggshells, grass clippings, garden waste, vacuum cleaner dust, hair & much more.
The following food waste should be excluded from your worms diet: All citrus which is too acidic, especially pineapple which can be toxic for worms, plant seeds, cooking oil, meat, fish, dairy products, onion family plants and other acidic foods such as tomatoes. The amount of food your worms can eat will increase over time - start with small amounts and build up as your worm population grows.
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end of life:
Packaging can be recycled. Cleaned farms can be recycled at end of useful life.
Approx. 41cm D x 41cm W x 75cm H (with all 3 trays added).
Made in Australia.