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WORM BIN INSTRUCTIONS:
1.Use a 14
gallon dark plastic Rubbermaid-type tote. Drill 8-12 holes in the bottom
for drainage, each
hole approximately 1/2 inch in diameter.
2.Drill many, many tiny holes in lid for air, each approximately
pencil point size in diameter.
3.Put 6 inches of bedding into tote, made from one or more of the
black and white shredded
coconut fibre (also
4.Bedding must be moist but not sopping wet. It should be the
consistency of a wrung-out sponge,
so that when you squeeze it together it is
wet enough to stick but not wet enough to drip.
5.Elevate your worm bin off the ground to drain and collect the
liquid that will form. To do this either:
raise your bin on bricks
or blocks and slide a dish pan or smaller tote under it; or
Get a bigger, 18 gallon
Drill a 1 1/2 inch hole at the
bottom of a tote side.
Roll up a plastic bag and
place it in that hole as a plug.
Place your 14 gallon worm
bin into the 18 gallon tote. This will leave space in the bottom tote for
elevation and drainage.
Remove plastic bag from
the 1 1/2
inch hole to drain the liquid.
6. This liquid is called
Your worm tea and worm compost, (called worm castings, or
vermicompost), are loaded with beneficial organic nutrients for your
plants. Plants grown with vermicompost and watered with diluted worm tea
tend to grow much faster, healthier, and are more productive, with excellent
natural immunity to plant pests and diseases. Such plants do not require
synthetic fertilizers, chemicals, nor pesticides. Enjoy!
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