Great video! If you ever have any questions about the Worm Factory just let us know!
Great video! It looks like your worms are going to be very happy. Please don't hesitate to let us know if you have any questions about your Worm Factory 360.
There is a distinction between leachate (the liquid that drains out of your Worm Factory) and worm tea (which uses solid compost which is put in water and aerated). This video is actually about leachate, a useful liquid fertilizer when diluted.
Great video! Thank you for sharing. Please let us know if you ever have any questions about your Worm Factory.
What a great video! Thank you Sandy! Please don't hesitate to contact us if you ever have any questions about your Worm Factory 360.
Thank you! We do too!
Amila, it is ventilated through a thermo-syphoning system where air goes in the bottom and comes out the top, through gaps in the base and lid where they touch the trays.
No, they can't for prolonged periods of time. Luckily, the Worm Factory 360 does not smell bad so you can keep it indoors in extreme temperatures.
looking good! =)
Glad you're trying out the old model too! Don't hesitate to ask if you ever have questions!
I'm glad to hear they're reproducing and engaging in their food! Sounds like you've got some happy worms =)
We love this video! Great info from the boss and well made by Global Garden Friends! Happy to answer any Worm Factory questions here. =)
Great video! You are doing a great job composting and I love that you explain the extra critters and how to harvest. Thanks for the great how-to and your dog is adorable!
Freezing your kitchen scraps is not necessary, but it can be helpful! For one, freezing your scraps allows you a little more control over feeding. If you go through tons of compostables, freezing some is a good way to assure that you're not overfeeding. And secondly - freezing your scraps, especially the fruit variety, is a great way to reduce the likelihood of fruit flies and other pests. Freezing scraps kills off their eggs. The trade-off is less nutritional content in the scraps.
Very interesting and in-depth video. This makes it much easier to understand the vermicomposting process, and the potential benefits. Top notch visual aids, especially the side by side comparisons. Good work!
Seems like it arrived in one piece! I hope you have better luck with the worms this time around. Looking forward to your next video.
Sometimes when you are setting up a new worm bin worms crawl out while acclimating to their new environment. The best way to prevent this is to keep light on your worm bin. Worms hate light and will move away from it. If worms are crawling out of the bin, keeping light on it will keep them in.