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Can O Worms Round Vermicomposter

$179.99 $159.99
(You save $20.00)
14.00 LBS
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Product Description

Why Buy From Us?

See our entire section of Worm Composting (Vermicomposting) Products.

Vermicomposting is... Good for Your Garden... Improves soil structure, aeration, and water retention. Contributes to soil fertility and healthy root development in plants. Increases organic content of the soil.

Good for Your Pocketbook... Decreases water & energy costs. Reduces trash volume. Increases garden yield.

Good for the Environment... Turns food waste into a resource. Conserves limited landfill space. Recycles nutrients.

  • Easy to assemble, includes 2 working trays and one collection tray
  • Use indoors or outdoors
  • Constructed of 100% recycled materials
  • 2 large capacity worm trays
  • 1 large collection tray with spigot
  • 1 Coir brick (used for bedding for worms)
  • Round ventilated fly proof lid
  • Spigot (allows you to drain to make "compost tea") liquid fertilizer
  • Weight approx 14 lbs
  • Instruction booklet included
  • Worms NOT included (see link below or option above to purchase worms)

Not the worm composter you’re looking for? Check out the Worm Cafe Vermicompost Bin!

Size 25.6" H (with Legs) 15" H (without legs) 20.07" Diameter How Many Worms It Hold... Up to 20,000.

Worms breed quickly - if you start with 1 to 2 lbs they will lay cocoons in about 3 weeks and replicate to meet the food supply.

The Can of Worms includes 2 worm trays and one collection tray.  

The Vermicompost bin is designed to minimize odors, but it works even better with a base of Coco Fiber. A high carbon material will neutralize smells, promote aeration, and act as a buffer to fruit flies and other pests. You can also use other high carbon material, such as sawdust, shredded newspaper, corn cobs, or ground cardboard.

Looking for a larger worm bin? Take a look at the Cedar Red Worm Vermicomposting Box.

Can this bin handle Pet Droppings? Yes - worms will eat dog poop if there is no other food available. If you want to compost pet waste, you should not put any food scraps in the bin along with the droppings. When composting pet poop, you'll need a dedicated worm bin that contains only poo. The worms will avoid the pet waste if another food source is available, and the waste is likely to contain pathogens that can pose a health risk over time.

Don't forget to add our Worm Supplement Boost and Compost Conditioner to your order for faster composting results.

Some pet droppings should never be composted. These include cat waste and litter, pig waste, and bird droppings. Kitty litter is not biodegradeable and can kill compost worms. The other types of waste are too likely to contain pathogens and are not worth the risk to compost. Worms make short work of dog droppings, but they can also handle ferret droppings if the waste is not mixed with gravel. Other animal waste that can be composted includes droppings from rabbits, hedgehogs, prairie dogs, chinchillas, and a few other pets. Animal waste from pure herbivores doesn't require a pet waste composter though - this waste is pathogen free and can be used as an activator for compost piles or compost bins.

Not recommended for use with cat droppings.

Use the option above (near the price) to add worms to your order or follow this link to add composting worms if you can't find them locally. Keep in mind our worms will arrive several days later in a separate box to assure your worm bin has already arrived and you have time to set it up.

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