Composting Worms and Bedding Block

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Composting Worms and Bedding Block

Our composting worms are mixture of species (mainly reds and dendras) selected for their composting ability.


F0093-wo1

Availability: In stock

£18.00
£18.00

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Our composting worms are mixture of species (mainly reds and dendras) selected for their composting ability. Supplied with bedding.

Note that all our worms are now sold by weight. 1kg of composting worms contains approximately 1600 to 2000 worms.

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Customer Reviews

Great little wigglers Review by Clare
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Great little wigglers - all arrived safely and are now settling into our wormery ready to munch through our food scraps. Very fast delivery! Thank you!
(Posted on 30/11/2012)
I would not be without it for recycling all my veggie waste, toilet rolls and newspaper. Review by Jane Jefferis
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Best thing I have bought. I would not be without it for recycling all my veggie waste, toilet rolls and newspaper. The worm juice makes my flowers grow very large and robust and the compost is great for my small vegetable plot. Having a small garden this is ideal and I feel I am doing something to help the enviroment by not sending too much waste to landfill.
(Posted on 30/11/2012)
can't imagine being without one. Review by Lindsay
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I have had various versions of wormery from Wigglys over the years but for last few years have had a Worm Factory which is (I think)very similar to worm cafe. This is the easiest. Once I mastered putting in enough paper and cardboard I have never looked back and the compost and the worm tea are an essential part of my gardening. I put kitchen towel that has not touched meat or chemicals in the peely bin and also empty loo rolls. I start each new tray with a few torn strips of newspaper, and then I will also add any brown paper bags that come from veg on the market. During the winter I collect the worm tea in empty Ecover 5 litre bottles because in the spring and summer I will have plenty of use for it in my hanging baskets, strawberry tower and tomatoes. I do not buy food for any of those things, just use diluted worm-tea. I do buy the acid-lime balance stuff (for occasional use if the bedding starts to look a bit slimy), the worm treat and moisture mats but less than once a year. Once the system is up and running the outlay is pretty minimal. In all I have had a wormery or wormeries for 8 or 9 years and can't imagine being without one.
(Posted on 30/11/2012)
first year good compost and lots of liquid Review by DR
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first year good compost and lots of liquid, but last winter, very cold, moved into shed and covered, this summer not been the same still some liquid,worms still working well, but taking compost into sump tray, so no liquid just rich mud, worms then drowning, add more paper and lime. any one found this any other ideas please?
(Posted on 30/11/2012)
Excellent Buy Review by Ian
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Excellent buy, I solved my drowning worm problem by laying a piece of weed membrane in the base of each tray before filling. The membrane allow the worm tea through but no worms.
(Posted on 30/11/2012)

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