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Date Listed 25-Feb-17
Price
$40.00
Address London, ON N5Y4M6
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Hello. I am selling prepared vermicomping worm bins.
The bins are established composting environments with soil, shredded paper, coconut coir, dried leaves. They have holes drilled in the lids and bottoms for air and drainage. The inside bin is a larger 53L Rubbermade and the lower drainage bin is a 38L Rubbermade bin.
The containers will have worms of all sizes and their cocoons to ensure future generations of healthy worms families.
I am selling these for $40 due to the materials and quantity of worms.
Pick up is a few blocks from Huron and Adelaide area.
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What to do with the bins?
Add kitchen waste once or twice weekly and then a layer of dirt or bedding to discourage fruit flies and mold. Digging a hole to bury the fresh food compost and covering it over is another alternative. Feed your worms any non-meat, non-dairy organic waste such as fruits, vegetables, rinsed-crushed egg shells, tea bags, coffee grounds, paper, coffee and filters, and shredded garden waste. Breaking or cutting food scraps into small pieces will help them to break down easier.
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How can I use the finished compost?
Vermicompost will provide nutrients to your plants and will help the soil hold moisture. It can be used in a number of different ways:
1) Sprinkle into a seed row when planting.
2) When transplanting, add a handful of soil to the hole you have dug for the plant.
3) Use as a top dressing, sprinkling the compost around the base of your plants.
4) Mix with potting soil (half and half) for house plants.
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