Composting with worms is the process of turning decaying organic matter into a reusable substance (humus) better know as castings.
1. Items you need to COMPOST
Wooden Bin (composter) or outdoor compost bin or pile.
Organic materials, moisture and temperature control.
2. Where to COMPOST
Composting can almost be done anywhere; outdoors- in a trash can or pile or indoors - under a kitchen sink or basement as long as the temperature of the materials you wish to compost is a climate where worms can thrive.
3. How many worms are needed to COMPOST Successfully
It all depends how fast you want your worms to turn over your organic material (waste) into casting.
Your assignment - Have your worms working for you.
Your Goal - To have enough worms to rid and keep up with your waste efficiently so they are happy with their feed to give you the results of nutrient rich casting while continuing your worm community through reproducing.
If you have the right amount of worms there will be no smell and the right amout of worms can not only keep up with the organic material you provide them but also procreate in a timely manner to ensure the cycle of adults to babies stay constant and your material continually turn over into a reusable humus
Maggie’s Start for Success
Maggie Pipkins™ Composting Kit is easy to use.
Follow the 1-2-3 steps for success; add organic materials and your own your way.
The Kit includes
1lb of SoilTillers™
Apartment size bin
1 bag of Maggie Pipkins™ Homemade Bedding.
Your Composting Success is a FREE lifetime supply of Organic Fertilizer!
1) Gets rid of wastes
2) Improve soil structure with castings from composting
3) Has versatile uses; let your plants feel great and a bonus for the freshwater fisher(wo)man. In the family with the advantage of fresh bait everyday!
Maggie Pipkins™ Composters are made to order from durable AC Wood. They may also be purchased separately in Standard size (40x16x12) and Apartment size (27x20x12).