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The Durable, Breathable, Attractive Home Worm Bin Solution
Create organic fertilizer inside or outside your home or apartment using nothing more than common household waste like newsprint, cardboard, and food waste.
The Urban Worm Bag is built with 900D oxford fabric lined with a water-resistant, but breathable liner. It features marine-grade zippers on the top and the patented newly-designed bottom to allow for easy feeding and harvesting as well as a lightweight iron frame that will not bend or droop under a full load. The “overseam” stitching is reinforced and will not tear at the seams, even under the stress of 120+ pounds of vermicompost.
The Urban Worm Bag was designed with durability in mind, allowing us to offer a lifetime warranty on materials and workmanship.
Vermicompost is its own living ecosystem, potentially full of beneficial bacteria, fungi, hormones, all standing ready to breathe life into your soil.
Your composter needs to breathe too.
The Urban Worm Bag’s fabric construction helps you maintain aerobic conditions throughout the entirety of your vermicomposting process.
The Urban Worm Bag uses the highly-efficient, but incredibly simple continuous flow concept found in the world’s top vermicomposting operations.
Unless your vermicompost contains fibrous or woody material, your finished product could be ready to use as-is.
No screening. No sifting. Just apply to your plants, soil, or growing medium.
I love my urban worm bin! It was so easy to set up and start. The instruction manual provided enough information to get me started. I read all the supplemental content by email too. My worms are growing and relatively happy in spite of my mistakes. The bag itself is easy to use and keep clean. I like the size and the zipper because the space allows me to mix the new food and bedding directly inside. Then mix it with the existing materials in the bag. But the overall best part about this bag is that my cat ignores it. She treats the worm bag like unsteady furniture that smells bad to her senses. I can’t wait to try using the compost with my plants!