Can O Worms 00300 Composting Bin
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- Includes 2 Large worm trays - endless supply of worm castings for your plants and garden
- Indoor or outdoor use - keep in your garage, basement, or covered back porch
- Ventilated fly proof lid
- 100-Percent recycled plastic - no virgin plastic used
- Drain Spigot - drain valuable compost tea to fertilize plants or garden
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It takes a while for a worm bin to produce enough worm castings to put out in the garden; but in the mean time the bin is constantly producing "worm tea," which plants love. The "worm tea" keeps potted plants happy, even though their roots are confined. I advise leaving the spigot on the Can-O-Worms open all the time with a collection vessel under it. That way the "tea" is constantly dripping out, and does not fill up the sump. With the dollie, you can put the vessel under the spigot on the dollie, so the whole thing rolls around together.
Although at first it might repulse you a bit to keep rotting vegetable matter around -- especially in the kitchen -- I have found that my initial repulsion has given way to fascination with the transformation going on inside the bin. Like a caterpillar transforming into a butterfly inside its cocoon, your vegetable detritus transforms into sweet, rich earth inside your worm bin. I have come to view my worms as miracle-workers.
And here is a tip that you won't find anywhere else: to keep your worm bin from emitting any unpleasant odors, be sure to put plenty of parsley stems in the bin, along with the rest of your vegetable debris. It will do you good to eat plenty of parsley leaves, and the stems will keep your worm bin from smelling.Read more ›
The worms we purchased (from a friend) came with a square version of the worm farm. We were happy to have purchased this version as it is much larger and user friendly. Best of all it too is made from recycled materials! We even used the packaging for worm bedding.
I'm not sure I would recommend storing this system indoors as we are currently battling vinager flys. These flys do not harm anything in the shed, but we would not like them flying around inside our home!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Everything promised and more. I feed them a lot, they give a lot. I'm three months in and need more space. Lots of worm tea !Published 1 day ago by Justin Photog, Dog Trainer, Moto Rider
Best compost maker I've ever found.
Neat. Tidy. No smelly mess. AND
the worm colony love their home.
AND the vegetable garden and flowers
The cool factor of having a worm farm! The bin last well is is sturdy. It's very well made. It's a good learning experience. It's simple to take care up. Read more
I have tried the rubber tote method for my worm farm and my worms did not produce much. In addition I was constantly battling fruit flies. The can o worms is amazing! Read morePublished on May 30, 2014 by Annie
This is the best, most convenient and easy to use worm bin on the market. It provides easy access to the worms while preventing flies and other pests from getting into the food... Read morePublished on March 16, 2014 by Daron Lau
This worm composter is excellent, easy to use and very durable! It has numerous detailed features that make it better, such as easy to use handles, perfectly sized straining... Read morePublished on February 28, 2014 by jesseatone
So far so good.
The instructions were easy to follow, I got worms locally and they are thrilled.
The round shape means the worms find every bit of food.
I have had my can o worms for roughly 15 years. To be honest, I did not use it properly until just recently. Read morePublished on April 18, 2013 by G3 fan