Worm Bin's, Castings and Compost Tea


#1

I tried to DIY a bin with out success so I broke down and bought on online kit. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B018RU0BAS/ref=ppx_yo_dt_b_asin_title_o01_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1 (now $5 cheaper)






#2

My first DIY worm bin was a bust.
But for my next one I think I have the perfect solution. These flip top storage bins with holds in the bottom, and one with out holes make the liquid collection tray out of



Well after I patch the whole in the bottom.


#3

thats all i have. 1 tote inside of another i have 2 bins going. roughly 500 worms in each. i keep mine in my spare room. i harvest the castings every spring and spread around my plants. i get about 50-60 lbs. if i harvested every 3 mo., like you’re your supposed to, id get 3xs that amount. i make tea from it to use on my seedlings.


#4

Black Gold


#5

I ended up using the crates for a whole bunch of other activities. Eventualy they will get used as a bin but in the mean time this is how the little guys are doing in the kit, which is now moved to the basement.