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Our Deal of the Month October 2020 - £20 off our Complete Urbalive Starter Kit!

Available in Lime, Stone, Brown or Cream, The Urbalive Worm Composter is a kit that can be used indoors or outdoors for composting kitchen waste with the red worms. Perfect for households, classrooms or offices.

Composting in the Urbalive Worm Farm is easy and odour-free. The kit comes with trays where the worms transform food scraps into vermicompost so that you can harvest the worm casts tray by tray, a sump where the liquid worm tea is collected and a secure lid.

Our Complete Kits are £139.95 for one month only! The Starter Pack Includes; 1x Urbalive Worm Composter, The Wiggly Guide to Worm Composting, 500g of Composting Worms, a Bedding Block, 2kg of Lime Mix, a Moisture Mat and 2kg of Worm Treat.

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We've given away 3 more Charity Grants!

Thanks to the incredible support by our customers we have awarded 25 charities with a grant of £200 to help them at this hard time. We gave £1 for every order placed that was £30 or over, plus gave all customers the chance to donate at the checkout - and so far we've given away £6000! For more information and to apply, please wiggle on over to Find details of the 3 Charities below :) Hamworthy Hedgehog Rescue They help sick, injured and orphaned wild hedgehogs back to full health with the aim of eventually releasing them back to the wild,...

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Choosing what to do in your garden can be a daunting task, we can't all afford to do everything at once! Why not sign up to our email newsletter to get a taste for composting, birdfeeding and other garden projects and see what takes your fancy. Plus we'll give you plenty of advice on getting started and opportunities to save money. A Win, Win, Win :) Signing up only take 30 seconds - simply leave your email here and click the link in the confirmation email to confirm your subscription. We'll email you around once a week and NEVER...

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Why isn’t my wormery producing any liquid?

Unless you are in a heatwave which can cause real evaporation the usual reason for a worm bin failing to produce liquid is that there isn’t the volume of waste going into the kit in the first place. Over 95% of veg waste is liquid so as long as plenty is going into the kit as it breaks down the liquid will percolate through the worm casts and end up in the sump where you can use it diluted (about 1 part liquid to 10 parts water) as a general liquid feed. For more help with Worm Composting please visit...

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Restarting your Wormery

Worms do not like to live in neat waste so the key thing to restart your wormery is to think of what bedding you can provide to get them going again. Whilst you can use various materials like torn up soaked cardboard, peat moss and even shredded paper, the ideal bedding is worm casts themselves so if you have a kit with some of this left in this would make a good starter.

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