In addition to Black, the revolutionary Worm Factory® 360 also comes in Green and Terra Cotta. Shop for all three colors in our Composter Store.
The value from the Worm Factory® 360 just keeps coming! Now the Worm Factory® 360 ships with a great information-packed video, which will help you get started with worm composting in no time flat.
The video takes you step by step through…
Setting up your new worm bin
Maintaining your worm bin
Harvesting your finished worm compost
Worm Factory® 360 in Green
Worm Factory® 360 in Terra Cotta
The Worm Factory® 360 is the perfect way to get started composting. Let those wiggly composters do all the hard work. Keep your Worm Factory® 360 indoors or out. The recommended temperature range for your Worm Factory® 360 is between 40-80 degrees Fahrenheit.
The Worm Factory® 360 is great for apartment dwellers where there is little or no space for conventional composting in a pile, a compost bin or a compost tumbler.
The Worm Factory® 360 is also the perfect way to get children interested in composting. What child doesn’t like worms!
If you have been thinking about getting started with composting but didn’t know how, the Worm Factory® 360 is a great way to get going. Take a few minutes and check out the Worm Factory® 360.
The New and Improved Worm Factory 360 Worm Composter
The Worm Factory 360
Introducing the Worm Factory 360, which is the new and improved Worm Factory. If you are looking for a well-built worm composting bin, this is the one for you.
Composting with worms allows you to turn kitchen scraps, paper waste and cardboard into nutrient-rich soil for your plants. the Worm Factory 360 composting system takes the effort out of composting.
The Worm Factory 360 has been greatly improved over the previous model The Worm Factory. The new design has an increased air flow, which increases the composting speed. Now you can produce compost much faster than traditional composting methods. Master Gardeners agree that worm castings or worm compost is some of the richest forms of fertilizer that you can use. Read the rest of this entry
Worm composting—I am sure you have heard of it, but what the heck is it? Worm composting is a wonderfully efficient way to convert kitchen scraps, cardboard and junk mail into nutrient-rich compost for your garden. Did you know that these wiggly composters can eat their body weight in garbage in a day? That’s a lot of composting going on.
Earthworms are very efficient little composters leaving behind some of the richest and most productive compost known. These worm castings or worm compost contain 5 to 11 times the amount of available of N-P-K as the soil the worms ate to produce those castings. So how do these wiggly composters do their magical work? The worm’s intestinal tract secretions act to chemically liberate plant nutrients with the aid of the microorganisms present in the soil. These wonderful earthworms tunnel through your soil day and night liberating plant nutrients wherever they go!