In this video, I demonstrate for you putting together the Subpod Vermicomposting Bin which I purchased from Uncle Jim’s Worm Farm. Since planning for shoulder surgery I’ve looked for ways that I can make my gardening life a bit easier and having a vermicomposting bin near the back door where I can drop off food scraps seems like a great idea for me. Part of this video is hard to watch because I had difficulty putting the Subpod together. I couldn’t see some of the obvious things that were going wrong until after I watched the video so bear with me I wanted you to see those and hopefully you won’t have those same problems when you put together your Subpod.
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What is Vermicomposting?
Have you ever heard of vermicomposting? If you haven’t, it’s time to learn about this amazing process! Vermicomposting is a type of composting that uses worms to break down organic matter. This can include things like food scraps, coffee grounds, and eggshells. The worms eat the organic matter and their waste helps to fertilize the soil. Vermicomposting is a great way to reduce your carbon footprint and provide nourishment for your plants. You can also get worms from Uncle Jim’s. Once you have your worms, simply add them to your container with some organic matter and let them do their work! With a little patience and care, you’ll soon have rich, nutrient-filled compost for your gardens.
What is a Subpod
The Subpod Vermicomposting Bin is a system that makes vermicomposting easy and convenient. You can place in a raised garden bed or directly in the ground. It has holes that allow the worms to travel in and out of the bin. With Subpod, you can quickly and easily turn your kitchen scraps into valuable compost.
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