Worms break down organic material and turn it into a usable form of compost
This compost is extremely high in nutrients.
Castings Buncha Crunch
Produces compost that can be used in gardens/houseplants
Breaks down yard debris (sticks, leaves, grass clippings)
Breaks down un-eaten food
Great for the environment
Compared to ordinary soil, vermicompost has : 5x more Nitrogen 7x more Phosphorus 1.5x more Calcium 11x more Potassium 3x more Magnesium
Where to Compost?
Can be done inside or outside
Little to no smell emitted as long as the box is maintained
Can be a large or small container
Setting Up A Bin Directions: Drill holes in Tupperware box for drainage and ventilation Shred newspaper into 1 inch strips. Add newspaper into box along with soil/peat moss Spray Bin Add Worms(1000 worms=1lb of worms) You will need:
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Potting soil Miracle Grow Vermi
Vermicompost Bins In College Dormitories
Small bins that can fit easily under a desk or outside in a common area
Will emit little to no smell if maintained
Will decrease the amount of food and paper thrown away.
Compost can be collected every few months and added to college gardens/greenhouses
Students and school will be more sustainable
The school can offer an informative seminar where bins will be handed out
and students will learn how to construct and maintain their bin. Then worms can be handed out.