Worm bin For cheap, why pay top dollar? $10 worm farm, and it works great

Worm farms are great for warm tea, for feeding your garden and your plants it’s great stuff and really cheap when you make it yourself Check out The way I collect Worm Casting, My worms are…
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8 Responses

  1. LARK'S GARDENS says:

    I, too, use PHONE BOOKS for my worm farm. Why they make phone books any
    more I do not know. My worm farms are in my basement. Thank you for
    sharing your type of worm farming.

  2. dawgg0077 says:

    I live in Northern Ontario, Canada, so could this work in my basement
    (unheated) year round?
    I just subscribed to your wonderful channel, please keep up the great work.

  3. garden frugal says:

    That would be perfect. 🙂

  4. GardeningFriends says:

    Yes it would by alot, so yes you should do it 🙂 Thanks

  5. garden frugal says:

    Looks good! Nice job on your video. The only thing I would change a little
    is elevating the second bin a little more. It looks like there is about 1/2
    inch area to catch the liquid. Once the bin get full there will be no room
    for the liquid. It can fill up fast. Thanks for sharing.

  6. GardeningFriends says:

    I might just put a couple of block between them 🙂 and thanks

  7. freakygeaktwo says:

    if you do take the time to break down the food would that not speed up the
    process by a week or two ? just wondering.

  8. Brenda Salazar says:

    Good video, Thanks.

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