How to build a Worm Compost Box for Composting | DIY Worm Bin | Green Thumb Gardener

How to Build a Worm Compost Box for Composting

In this video, I show you how to build a worm compost box for composting that is used in vermicomposting. You can order the Red wiggler worms from here: http://bit.ly/2KqQIZZ

I give you instructions for this easy and simple DIY worm bin. The compost bin used as a worm farm is perfect to compost vegetable scraps to turn it into healthy compost for your garden. Check out my previous post that gives you live look in on my worm compost bin here.


In this video, Jeremy Starke from Green Thumb Gardener shows you how to build a worm compost box for composting. It is an easy and simple DIY worm bin project that will get anyone composting worms.

These diy worm bin Rubbermaid containers can be used to create compost tea and used composting indoors. Building a worm bins is a fun project that your kids can do to teach them about vermiculture and composting.

Red wiggler worms (nightcrawlers) used in this worm farm for vermicomposting were not harmed in the production of this DIY compost bin.

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