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3 Tray Worm Bin
Worm Factory


4 Tray Worm Bin
Worm Bin


5 Tray Worm Bin
Worm Factory


These bins are a simple and easy way to manage your worm farm. The tray system makes harvesting castings effortless. No more separating worms from castings for hours!

Here are some of the key features of these worm bins:

  • GREAT (Patent Pending) Designed Version with waterproof roof.
  • Sloped shed type roof with vent holes high and low to cause the wind to naturally draw air and moisture up and out of this worm bin.
  • Roof can be turned in any of four directions to benefit from the wind drafts.
  • Easy assembly. No tools required.
  • Comes with bedding material: Coconut coir brick or loose bag. 325 gms compared to 250 gms in other worm bins. More worm bedding to start with.
  • Recycled plastic
  • 5 year limited warranty

This worm bin is an upward migration worm composting system for home use. This means that you fill the bottom tray first and work your way up. The worms will migrate upward through the trays (have screened bottoms). Once the worms finish with the bottom tray, you can just take it out and use the castings in your garden, no more seperating out the worms! Comes with spout on bottom of the collection tray to drain and use the Compost Tea.

We recommend you start with 2 lbs. of Red worms or European Nightcrawlers with these worm bins, but they can handle up to 10 – 12 lbs!

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Compost Thermometer



This Compost Thermometer is ideally suited for monitoring interior temperatures of your compost bin, worm bin, or compost pile. This model has a dual temperature range for Fahrenheit and centigrade, 20 inch long stainless steel stem with a pointed tip for easy insertion.
Coconut Coir Coconut Coir $8.99



Coconut coir makes for excellent bedding for your worms. It is a renewable resource unlike peat moss. It is a by-product of the coconut industry. Worms just love the stuff! Your coir will come dried and compacted. Just add water and you have an excellent bedding/food source for your worms.

Here are some of the great features of Coconut Coir:

  • COIR is a re-newable resource. (peat moss is NOT)
  • Durable-Lasts 3 times longer than peat moss, up to 8 years
  • Compact-compressed into bales or bricks for convenient shipping
  • Environmental-Renewable resource made from recycled coconut husks. When compared to peat, (the extraction of which can easily harm fragile bog habitats) coir is a more ecologically responsible choice.
  • Moisture retention-Can hold up to 8-9 times its weight in water
  • Excellent aeration-Has superior oxygenation due to high air-filled porosity and pore space
  • Makes great worm bedding.

**We sell it in 11 lb. blocks (It expands a lot once you put it in a bucket of water).