Harvesting worm castings in a single worm bin


(Christine)

If you make your own compost bin by using a little died bin, putting holes in it for aeration, and a tap for taking off the juice or leachate. , it seems to me you do not then get the opportunity to take out the worm castings. Am I correct?


I am assuming that is why you otherwise use a commercial worm farm that has several trays which you rotate, taking the first tray off for its castings.

Regards,
Christine Fletcher

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Re: Harvesting worm castings in a single worm bin
by: Stephan

Hello Christine,

I understand your concerns about harvesting worm castings from a single worm bin but although the worm casting is definitely easier in multi bin systems it as well quite doable when using single bins for worm composing.

Have a look at the thread below for further details.

https://www.worm-composting-help.com/how-to-separate-worms-from-worm-castings.html

If you have any further questions please feel free to contact us.

Kind regards

Stephan Kloppert
Author of "How to start a profitable worm business on a shoestring budget"

Editor of www.worm-composting-help.com

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