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Worm Composting

Worm Composting is a great way to compost food scraps indoors. It is also a good way to get rid of junk mail and other paper. The following information is available:

  • Worm Composting - Everything you need to know to set up a successful worm composting system! What kind of worms to use, how to make a bin, how to get started, what to feed them, how to harvest the castings.
  • Use Finished Castings - Castings are the richest soil amendment around! Learn how to use them effectively.

More information can be found in the following series of vermiculture articles I wrote for the LEARN section of the CompostMania web site. Please note that I did not provide article illustrations nor their captions:

Navigation Tip:
If you want to go through the pages in this section as listed above, look in the right-most column below the Online Stores. Find the list labelled "WORM COMPOSTING" and click on the next page in the sequence.

Online Stores
Compost Tea Brewer
Build a brewer with a bucket and less than $15 worth of components, and make aerated compost tea.
Composting the Holidays
Compost fall leaves, hay bales, holly wreaths, pine trees, etc. Compost pumpkins (food waste) in a compost pile.



  1. Worm Composting
  2. Use Finished Castings

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