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  • ASIN: B0002KU8AK
  • Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (3 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,757,117 in Home & Kitchen (See Top 100 in Home & Kitchen)
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22 of 22 people found the following review helpful By friend of worms-JK on January 22, 2006
Every one should bE encouraged to own a Can O Worms. Apart from the obvious benifit to the environment its a blessing for gardeners, fishermen and the children just love ours.

It's different from all others as the rotating trays allow the worms to move up and down, to and from the food. When the feeding tray (the second one) is full, the worms move out! and drop down to the third tray, this allows us to empty the full one without losing the worms, that doesnt happen with the other. No smell, no cleaning (an on and off tap is included)We started with 1000 worms and within 6 months had 20000 worms!

Go for it...
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I have composting red worms that I have in my can o worms bin, which allows them to move back and forth between layers, compost quickly and remain healthy. I love this composter, it is a great design and a good price. I keep mine in our house in the basement where it is cool and the worms compost so quickly that there is rarely a smell associated with this bin. I highly recommend this product!
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After reading Amy Stewart's book The Earth Moved: On the Remarkable Achievements of Earthworms, I was immediately taken with the idea of inviting these sweet little beasties into my home, or rather my backyard. This is the exact worm bin the author uses at home, though she also recommends other brands, as the worms themselves aren't too fussy. This brand is exceptionally sturdy and has a design that is easy to use.

The only thing that I don't like about this bin is that it is round, so it doesn't seem like it's making the very best use of space like a square or rectangular one would.

Worm castings are great for starting seeds or container gardening of any kind because they are nutritious and help hold moisture in the soil or potting medium. I just scatter my spare castings into my vegetable garden to help improve the soil.

I feed my worms slightly shredded (all vegetable!) kitchen scraps, and the worms are about the lowest-maintenance "pet" I've had. I check on them whenever I add new kitchen scraps, every 3-4 days or so, and they rarely need anything from me beyond their lettuce and melon bits - every couple weeks some new shredded newspaper seems to be called for - other than that, they just churn out worm castings and take care of kitchen scraps in a pretty effortless way!

They don't smell at all, and many folks keep their worm bin in their garage or even under their sink. I keep mine outdoors on a covered porch so it doesn't collect water in winter or get too cold.

If you want to be all gung-ho and learn about worm composting more, you can read Worms Eat my Garbage by Mary Appelhof; or The Earth Moved has some great basic info on getting started with worm bins, and frankly basic info is all you need. Keeping worms isn't rocket surgery.

(Note: This worm bin doesn't come with worms. You need to buy red worms separately.)
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