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make compost in a few weeks and is very cheap.
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Step 1: Materials!

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red worms half to one pound
organic material
warm place
compost bin(can be homemade)

Step 2: Construction

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Put your red worms in the bin and put organic materials inside.
Keep the bin in a warm spot but not under direct sunlight.

Step 3: Finish

you now have your worms making compost but make sure to "feed" them with more organic material.
put more worms if you have a big bin!
Vermicomposting is great. Red Wigglers are most gardeners choice. Worm castings are fanstasic for growing plants.

Rott'n Apple Worm Farm
C18H21NO45 years ago
This is a very cool idea. Where do you get the worms?
I got mine from www.redwormcomposting.com. VERY fast, friendly service. Great product! Also refer to his website for overwintering them. He does it successfully.
GEEK1 (author)  C18H21NO45 years ago
I got mine at home depot. but if ur home depot doesn't sell red worms i guess ull just have to ask around
Most of the time you can do a local search for composting  on the web and find them from a dealer.
dufflight6 years ago
I have my worm bin inside all the time. Worms grow faster and I'm more incline to put scraps into it. Theres no smell.
GEEK1 (author)  dufflight6 years ago
thanks for telling me, I'm moving mine inside right now
wearystar6 years ago
I listened to a broadcast on NPR that talks about red worm composting in-doors in the winter.
GEEK1 (author)  wearystar6 years ago
Cool! do you think it will work?
Justine616 years ago
What happens in the winter? I live in Michigan and we have cold winters with lots 'o snow.
GEEK1 (author)  Justine616 years ago
i dont know it will probably just freeze up or something similar