Worm Bin composting

Worm bin composting is becoming more and more popular. And there are some compelling reasons for it. Apart from being an easy process that helps us to return valuable nutrients back to our depleted soils it gives all of us a chance to do our little bit for our planet.

Worm bin composting can help you to recycle all your kitchen scraps, garden waste and even the droppings of your dogs and cats.

Worm composting requires less than 5 minutes maintenance per week and produces worm castings and worm tea which are regarded amongst the best natural soil conditioners known to man. Below you can find a list of some of the benefits of worm composting. 

Worm bin composting benefits

  1. It reduces valuable organic materials being dumped and left to rot anaerobically on landfill sites, possibly contaminating fresh water and producing greenhouse gases 
  2. It requires very little space
  3. It does not produce bad smells.
  4. It does not produce greenhouse gases
  5. It can be done outdoors and indoors. 
  6. It can process organic waste materials in a short time
  7. It saves you money on fertilizers, soil conditioners and pesticides for your property
  8. It produces Worm Tea (liquid worm castings) which is both a natural pest repellent and organic fertilizer
  9. It produces Worm Castings which are amongst the best organic fertilizers known to man
  10. It produces a surplus of earthworms or compost worms which can improve your garden's soil in many ways
  11. It is very easy to impliment and can even be done by enthusiastic children
  12. It produces a continues supply of big fat fishing worms
  13. It takes less than 5 minutes of maintenance per week
  14. It can be easily turned into a profitable business.

This is not a conclusive list but should give you a good idea of the advantages of worm bin composting at home. I started to raise worms and recycle organic materials with compost worms for 20 years now and what began as a hobby has turned into a passion and home business that paid off our house and our living expenses for the last 15 years. Due to the extremely  fast multiplication rate of composting worms the amount of waste that can be recycled can virtually be doubled every 2 month without the need of purchasing new worms to grow the worm herd. 

Worm composting can be started on in a corner in the garage, the balcony, the cellar or the garden. It is a great hobby and if turned into a business can be grown as big as you can imagine. 





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