Introduction: Fast Composting!

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make compost in a few weeks and is very cheap.
Please leave a comment!(first instructable)

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!


wormfarm0903 (author)2011-10-15

Vermicomposting is great. Red Wigglers are most gardeners choice. Worm castings are fanstasic for growing plants.

Rott'n Apple Worm Farm

C18H21NO4 (author)2009-11-14

This is a very cool idea. Where do you get the worms?

ecosteve (author)C18H21NO42010-05-19

I got mine from VERY fast, friendly service. Great product! Also refer to his website for overwintering them. He does it successfully.

GEEK1 (author)C18H21NO42010-01-17
I got mine at home depot. but if ur home depot doesn't sell red worms i guess ull just have to ask around
Van_Franklin (author)GEEK12010-03-26

Most of the time you can do a local search for composting  on the web and find them from a dealer.

dufflight (author)2009-05-15

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)dufflight2009-05-21

thanks for telling me, I'm moving mine inside right now

wearystar (author)2009-04-21

I listened to a broadcast on NPR that talks about red worm composting in-doors in the winter.

GEEK1 (author)wearystar2009-04-21

Cool! do you think it will work?

Justine61 (author)2009-02-21

What happens in the winter? I live in Michigan and we have cold winters with lots 'o snow.

GEEK1 (author)Justine612009-02-23

i dont know it will probably just freeze up or something similar

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