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Which worm farm is best for me?

Do you want to start worm farming but just don’t know which one to get?

We understand that it can be a challenge to choose a worm farm to take home, especially when there are plenty of options to choose from. That's why we created a quick guide in understanding which would be best for you.

 

Before considering a worm farm, there are a couple things you need to keep in mind:

Time - How much time do you have?

Worm farming is an easy process, but it can also be time consuming. Luckily there are options perfect for you, whether you're time-poor or time-rich.

Waste - How much organic waste you need to recycle?

Each worm farm recycles an amount of organic food waste each week, depending on its capacity. So whether you are a small household with minimal food waste, or a large household with plenty, we got you

Space - How much space you have in your backyard?

There are worm farms for all sorts of environments. Wether you're an apartment dweller or an acreage owner, there is a worm farm perfect for your space.

 

There are three different ways you can worm farm.

 

 

On-ground:

For more experienced gardeners, who like to get their hands dirty. These worm farms have large capacity working trays, which allows you to recycle more organic waste.

Perfect for:

  • Large families
  • Keen and experienced gardeners
  • Plenty of organic food waste

 

In-ground:

In-ground worm farms are designed to be embedded in the soil in your garden. It’s easy and low-maintenance – just install it in the ground and the worms will do all the work for you.

 

Perfect for:

  • Beginner worm farmers
  • Time-poor gardener, low maintenance
  • Growing plants in a raised garden bed

Indoor:

If you’re worried about the amount of space, you have and whether it’s enough to cater for a worm farm, this is probably the better option for you. It’s easy to use and creates nutrient-rich worm tea for your indoor plants.

 

Perfect for:

  • Beginners worm farmers
  • Composting in small spaces

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