Vermicomposting is the process of using earthworms to make compost. Earthworms eat, digest, and convert food scraps and yard waste into compost that you can use in your garden. There are worm composting bins being sold but some can get overly expensive.
A traditional bin can set you back at least a hundred dollars – a lot of money that you can instead spend on plants. Additionally, some ready-made worm composting bins are too large for a normal kitchen cabinet space. And it just takes up too much space.
One great solution is to make your own worm composting bin. You can easily choose how big you want your bins to be, which size fits your available space.
- Storage bins
- Drill with drill bit
- 1 ½” hole saw
- Box knife
- Sanding sponge
- Cock gun with a tube of exterior grade construction adhesive
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Wanna start your own worm composting bin? Learn how through this video.