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You may have seen those plastic stacking fruit boxes in the trash... I did and decided to give my composting (red wigglers) worms a new home... Nearly every ...
plastic stacking fruit boxes cardboard utility knife clothes pins (optional) plastic bag (optional) shovel (optional)
For the bottom fruit box I used an old plastic bag and some clothes pins to hold the corners up. This will keep whatever moisture that flows down ...
Put some cardboard scraps down on the bottom. This helps absorb some of the water and apparently helps in the composting cycle. The worms will consume everything! Fill ...
We already have two very active and healthy worm boxes so I transferred the worms and muck into their new home.
Line the box with cardboard, (but not on the bottom!) and put it on top of the box you just filled with worms and dirt and food scraps.
As the worms eat up through the organic matter I take the bottom fruit box and use it for our garden boxes on the balcony.
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