The Worm Factory 360 Worm Composting Bin Review

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The New and Improved Worm Factory 360 Worm Composter

The Worm Factory 360
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.

The Worm Factory 360 can be used indoor or outdoors allowing year ’round production of worm compost.  Now composting is no longer limited to backyards.  The Worm Factory® 360 is odorless making it great for apartments, kitchens, garages, porches and more.

Getting Started Composting with the Worm Factory 360 Worm Composter:

Simply add a handful of worms and your organic waste to the bottom tray.  The worms will start processing the food.  Once the bottom tray is filled add another tray.  The worms migrate upward to the newest food source leaving the bottom tray full of nutrient-rich compost.  As waste is broken down, moisture filters through the system, taking nutrient-rich particles with it.  This liquid is called compost tea, which is a wonderful concentrated liquid fertilizer.  You can drain the compost tea right from the spigot, dilute it with water (10 parts water to 1 part compost tea), and use it in your garden.

Worm Factory 360 Worm Composter Features:

  • Year-round production
  • Odor Free operation
  • Available in four tray options
  • Expandable up to 8 trays
  • Available in black
  • Easy to assemble and manage
  • Built in “worm tea” collector tray and spigot for easy draining
  • Includes a 16-page easy-to-use instructional booklet with photos and illustrations
  • Comes with “Quick-Tips” lid for easy reference
  • Houses eight to twelve thousand worms that consume 5-8lbs of food per week
  • 20 year warranty on parts and workmanship
  • Made in the U.S.A.
Items Included with The Worm Factory 360
Items Included with The Worm Factory® 360

 

Items Included with the Worm Factory 360 Worm Composter:

  • 4 Stacking Trays
  • Collection Base
  • 16-Page Instruction Book
  • Ventilation “Quick Tips” Lid
  • Coir Brick
  • Worm Bedding
  • Spigot
  • Accessory Kit

You may also want to read more about worm composting.

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7 thoughts on “The Worm Factory 360 Worm Composting Bin Review”

  1. I just received my composter and read the directions. I have a question when you advertise year-round composting. I didn’t know freezing temperature would kill the worms.
    What does one do with the worms in the winter if it is freezing temperature six months of the year.

  2. Hi Janet,
    The Worm Factory is ideal for indoor use. I’ve had mine for almost a year now. I have mine in the corner of my kitchen. It’s odorless and you don’t even know it’s there. You don’t leave it outside in the cold nor in the heat.
    If worms were in their natural environment they’d safe guard themselves from the hot and cold extremes from all that nature provides around them. This worm composter isn’t designed for that but it is ideal for apartment use indoors which is especially good for those of us who rent or live in condos and don’t have a lot of personal outdoor space.
    I’m still learning about my Worm Factory. One thing I’ve learned is to keep it evenly moist and not too moist. Cover damp food leftovers with dry material such as crushed up dead plant leaves and then cover all of that with a slightly moist or completely dry layer of newspaper or cardboard for instance so as not to allow any gnats an invitation to the bin. Gnats are the same little tiny black insects that like to create havoc in houseplant soil that is constantly too damp. Better to prevent than to invite and then have to rid them.
    I do love working with the squigglers. I enjoy using their compost and so do my seedlings and transplants. It’s great not having to run to the store to purchase soil/compost. I really never felt right about “buying” soil.
    Good luck!

  3. Hi! I’m interested in worm composting, but I’d like to compost outdoors. We live in Texas, so freezing will rarely be an issue (and we can take the worms inside when it is). But what about heat? If we keep the composter in the shade, will the worms survive?

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