Starting your own worm bin (stackable + homemade):
If you're here you know the benefits of worm composting and want to get started making your own castings. Here you'll find a video on putting together a stackable worm bin and some steps for building your own simple home worm bin.
Here's a quick video on putting together a stackable worm bin
And here are the steps for building your own bin at home
Step 1: The Bin
Step 2: The Bedding
The next thing you need is bedding for the worms to live in
Step 3: The worms
We recommend using Red Wiggler (Eisenia Fetida) composting worms. They are the most efficient at breaking down food scraps and work great in home composting bins.
Step 4: The Food
We recommend adding a mixture of inputs every 5-7 days. This will cause worms to go through the existing food more thoroughly, producing purer castings.
Step 5: Harvesting
Simple 10 gallon tote:
After 3-4 months you will be ready to start harvesting your worm castings.
Stackable worm system: