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I didn't want to pay loads for a wormery so built my own from storage containers from the ASDA and basic DIY bits from B and Q. It ...
Parts need to build: 3 x Plastic Storage Boxes 1 x Plastic Storage Box Lid 1 x Waterbutt Tap 2 x Spacers (I used cut up drain pipe) ...
The bottom box collects the worm juice produced as they eat. This is great liquid feed but strong dilute 10:1. To get the Juice out I installed a ...
I made two of these, if you have lots of food waste then make more. The boxes are marked on the bottom and two areas are cut out ...
For each box: Cut the mesh to size using tin snips. Then lay the mesh into the bottom of the box and using a marker draw six dots ...
Place you completed wormer out side in a sheltered spot, on some blocks so the tap is usable. Place on of the worm boxes in the bottom box ...
Worms will eat almost anything that will decompose Fed on kitchen scraps but not too much of one thing and little and often Large quantities of citrus peel, ...
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