RED WIGGLER COMPOST WORMS VERMICULTURE BIN

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NEVER-FILL-WORM-BIN

for RED WIGGLER COMPOST WORM FARMING

 

- INTRODUCTION TO RED WIGGLER COMPOST WORMS VERMICULTURE BIN

Our wonder workers of nature the Red wigglers, or Eisenia foetida, are the best compost worms. Unlike your everyday night crawlers, they live well in close, highly populated conditions and don't burrow. In nature, you would almost never find a red wiggler worm heading deep underground. If you decide to start a compost bin, you can get these red wigglers with your RED WIGGLER COMPOST WORMS VERMICULTURE BIN right here.

 

- PRICING OF THE RED WIGGLER COMPOST WORMS VERMICULTURE BIN

The NEVER-FILL-WORM-BIN is now on offer for a promotional period.

Only R3,400 per unit. (Including VAT).

The Package includes all the following wonderful goodies:

  • NEVER-FILL-WORM BIN & LID
  • Worm Tea Pan with drainage tap
  • Instruction manual
  • Top Worm Felt blanket to keep them cozy and protected
  • Your first consignment of Red wigglers, or Eisenia foetida

 

- PRICING OF THE RED WIGGLER COMPOST WORMS ONLY

We do also sell the worms on their own as weii in 5 KG containers - send us an mail for current pricing.

 

 

- PICTURE OF COMMERCIAL WORM FARMING

EXAMPLE TO PRODUCE VERMICAST WITH THE RED WIGGLER COMPOST WORMS VERMICULTURE BIN:

- NEVER-FILL-WORMBIN PRODUCT VIDEO

- PRODUCT DRAWING OF THE NEVER FILL WORM BIN

- CUSTOMERS & APPLICATIONS:

Most of our customers are home owners and even nurseries wanting to produce vermicast for their own inhouse seedling growing.

VERMICAST sugnificantly increase your production output with seedling growth because of the higher cultivation rates.

Never Fill Worm Bins Seedling Growth

- PRODUCT DRAWING OF THE NEVER FILL WORM BIN

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS - RED WIGGLER COMPOST WORMS VERMICULTURE BIN

SHOULD MY WORM BIN SMELL?

NEVER - The only smell should be a rich earthy soil smell. If there is an acid pungent smell then the bin is over fed and the worms cannot cope. What happens is that the excess food starts rotting, turns anaerobic and gives off a foul smell.

REMEDY – Mix in a bit of dry soil (preferably dry horse manure) into the top 100 mm layer of the bin. Cover with the felt and leave the bin till the worms have managed to process the food. Adding some “rock dust” the very fine dust from a crusher process will also help stabilize the PH.

WHAT TO DO WHEN ANTS MOVE IN?

If the ants find the bin and want to share in the available food a big problem arise. This is bound to happen at some stage.

REMEDY – The organic way would be to sprinkle coffee grounds around the bottom around the bin and inside on top. This won’t harm the worms; in fact they will love it. However the ants will eat it, swell up and die. An alternative more environmental un-friendly way would be to sprinkle some pesticide powder like “BLUE-DEATH” around the bottom of the bin.

WHEN MUST I ADD MORE FOOD?

The tendency unfortunately is always to over-feed the bin. Worms can only process their own bodyweight per day. If you have 500 Grams of worms that is the daily feed weight capacity.

BENCHMARK The worms actually feed on bacteria not the organic material. If the food is cut into smaller bits or even liquidized it works better. Large lumps of food will take longer to process. When small lump like granular structures form on the top of the service you have got a good indication that the worms have processed the food and is ready for some more. Always mix the food when introduced into the top 50mm of soil.

SHOULD THE BIN BE TURNED OVER OR MIXED UP?

Do not mix the bin up. The only time to move the soil is when you harvest the spend vermin-cast from the bottom or when you introduce food and it gets mixed in into the top layer.