The average family generates 7kg (15lbs) of food waste a week, just for reference.
You can compost a lot more in Subpod than in other worm farm systems.
Composting is indeed a complete ecosystem but flies don’t need to be tolerated. [more...]
Cardboard is great for your worm composter (as is a sprinkling of lime mix) A ratio of 25-30% volume of shredded cardboard or equivalent will ensure the compost doesn't get too wet and there is air circulating. Avoid the really shiny boxes like soap powder and go for newsprint, egg boxes etc.
Sometimes some of your worms migrate to the sump which is mostly more distressing for you than them to be honest.
It allows you to compost directly in your garden allowing the worms and microbes to distribute nutrients into the soil.
The external dimensions are: 750mm (29.5 in.) L x 450mm (17.7 in.) W x 430mm (16.9 in.) H, including the lid.
Worm blankets are made of a water-absorbing, air-permeable and light blocking fabric.
When you add your food scraps and carbon material to the Subpod, you'll need to mix them through using an aerator. This takes a few minutes each time you feed the worms.
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