Which Worm Bin Should You Choose?

Which Worm Bin Should You Choose?
Ready to hire some composting experts? Redworms are quiet and tireless helpers that can live in bins (indoors or outdoors) and turn your kitchen scraps into odorless compost. Fix the redworms up with a proper worm bin home, then enjoy the fruits of their labor. And start tossing the word "vermiculture" into conversations. That's the fancy term for composting with worms. Earthworms can't live in worm bins (they need to tunnel in the soil) so buy redworms for your indoor or outdoor worm composting. None of our worm bins include the actual worms. Order your redworms to arrive after you have prepared your worm bin. In our video Tricia shows how to set up a worm bin. She uses a Can-O-Worms; consider that bin or the Worm Factory Worm Composter, then decide which is best for your home and budget.

Find a Home for Your Redworms

Worm Factory

The Worm Factory is the new high-rise in town. Made in the USA, this sturdy tower is similar to the Can-O-Woms, with a smaller, square footprint, and a lower price. An intriguing added feature is a worm ladder -- honest! -- to help the worms climb to the next level. A DVD guide, starter bedding, compost rake, and thermometer come with the Worm Factory. Measurements: 15" tall x 18".

Get to know your worms with How to Start a Worm Bin. The authors promise to "leave no worm unturned" in telling the tale of the earthworm -- from setting up the worm bin, to using the compost. Lay out the Welcome mat for redworms and see what great neighbors they will be.

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