Worm Factory 360 Composting Bin + Moisture and pH Testing Meter Worm Farm Kit (Black)

May 11, 2017 - Comment

Composting with the Worm Factory 360 uses worms to break down waste and is more efficient than a traditional backyard compost pile. Worm compost has been proven to have ten times the nutrients of traditional backyard compost. In addition, its compact design makes it perfect for use in any household. Worm composting makes it easy

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Composting with the Worm Factory 360 uses worms to break down waste and is more efficient than a traditional backyard compost pile. Worm compost has been proven to have ten times the nutrients of traditional backyard compost. In addition, its compact design makes it perfect for use in any household.

Worm composting makes it easy to recycle kitchen scraps, paper waste and cardboard into nutrient- rich fertilizer for your plants. The worms work 24/7 to efficiently produce rich compost packed with microbes and water soluble plant nutrients.

The Worm Factory 360 is simple to set up and operate. Managing your Worm Factory 360 takes less than 15 minutes a week. Simply add a handful of worms and your organic waste to the bottom tray of the Worm Factory 360. The worms will start processing the food. Once the bottom tray is filled add another tray. The worms migrate upward to the newest food source leaving the bottom tray full of nutrient-rich compost. You can do this year-round inside or outside, and harvest compost up to once a month!

Your first tray will take about three months to become fully composted by the worms. After the first tray is composted the other trays can take as little as a month depending on the waste added. Once you harvest your finished compost from the bottom tray, you will have an empty tray to stack on top again. The nutrient-rich finished compost can be used in your garden, your raised beds, or on houseplants.

This kit comes bundled with one Worm Farming Moisture Meter and one Worm Farming pH Meter to help you keep your worms out of danger. Nothing can put your worms at more risk than extreme bin conditions! Our meters each have a 9″ probe that you stick into your worm bin to measure the bin’s moisture/pH content. You will be one step closer to becoming a worm composting master when you no longer have to rely on guesswork while maintaining your worm bin!

Product Features

  • The Worm Factory 360 has a standard 4-Tray size which is expandable up to 8 trays, giving it the largest volume of any home composter.
  • The redesigned lid converts to a handy stand for trays while harvesting the compost.
  • Included instruction manual with step-by-step directions for managing your Worm Factory 360.
  • Moisture meter, pH meter, and thermometer help eliminate any guesswork and allow you to optimize the worm composting process.
  • Built in “worm tea” collector tray and spigot for easy draining.

Comments

LittleTechBird says:

A wonderful experience and product A wonderful experience and product!! Worms arrived and acclimated in about four days. During the first few days there were about 20-30 red wrigglers that unfortunately went rogue in my basement and those died quickly as they dried out on the basement floor ;-( Sure enough, the wrigglers soon decide that the worm factory is their home and I’ve not seen an escapee since the first few days. 

R. Hurst says:

Worm ranching neew for us. Only 2 days into the experience so far. The worms seem to be active and so “happy?” We have it in the garage since the weather is threatening to approach the mid 30’s. We used to have a large bin in our garden into which large quantities of paper and household scraps and flowers disappeared. I don’t know if this small thing will come close to that in our small house and lot. Should still make lots of good stuff, but probably not handle everything.

Annie L. says:

Love my worm farm Love my worm farm. It’s the greatest pet for a migraine patient. Harvesting my first tray of dirt this week. Look forward to using it when I start my seedlings this spring.

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