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The Worm Factory® 4-Tray Worm Composter - Terra Cotta

Item # HN-CAD005

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Brand
The Worm Factory
Dimensions
16L x 16W x 24.5H inches
Material
Pure Virgin Food Grade Plastic
Warranty
5 Year Warranty
Weight (lbs.)
14

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  • Made in the U.S.A. from virgin food-grade plastic
  • Best in temp. between 45 and 85 degrees
  • Compact design with odorless operation
  • Unique, self sorting upward migration worm bin
  • Measures 16L x 16W x 24.5H inches for 4 tray system
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The Worm Factory® 4-Tray Worm Composter - Terra Cotta
 
3.8

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        4.0

        Love my composter

        By Kathy

        from SCOTTVILLE,MI

        About Me Avid Gardener

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy To Use
        • Lightweight
        • Solid Construction

        Cons

        • Not water proof

        Best Uses

        • Gardening

        Comments about The Worm Factory® 4-Tray Worm Composter - Terra Cotta:

        Set up was easy! Just follow the directions. Worms came two days before my Worm factory, so I was worried, but the worms are happy now! Only neg. I can see, is that it isn't water proof. I have to now store it in the garage instead of in the back yard.

         
        4.0

        Worm Condo Promotes Promiscuity!

        By Monte the Worm Herder

        from Sacramento, CA

        About Me Avid Gardener

        Verified Buyer

        Pros

        • Easy assembly
        • Well built quality

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Composting
          • Gardening
          • Recycling

          Comments about The Worm Factory® 4-Tray Worm Composter - Terra Cotta:

          Well designed unit is easy to use. I've been using homemade, upward migration trays for a couple of years. This looks much classier. My wife thinks it looks like a worm pagoda. Looking forward to filling all my trays with castings and promiscuous worms.

           
          3.0

          As Expected

          By Laura

          from Willits, Ca.

          About Me Avid Gardener

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          Pros

          • Easy To Use
          • Lightweight
          • Solid Construction

          Cons

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              Comments about The Worm Factory® 4-Tray Worm Composter - Terra Cotta:

              Not able to use it yet. Still waiting for worms...

              Service and delivery comments:

              Came quickly.

               
              4.0

              So far so good

              By H--

              from Nashwauk, MN

              About Me Avid Gardener

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              Pros

              • Capacity
              • Easy Assembly
              • Sifts Old From New

              Cons

              • None yet

              Best Uses

              • Coffee Grounds
              • Kitchen Scraps

              Comments about The Worm Factory® 4-Tray Worm Composter - Terra Cotta:

              I'm new to worm composting, so far so good. Just got my worms and am patiently waiting for them to start their thing. So far everything is on the up and up. No complaints yet. One thing that I wish I would have known is that you have to chop your kitchen scraps really small. This is a disappointment, as I was hoping to just dump stuff in there.

               
              4.0

              Works great!

              By Chris

              from Duboistown, PA

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                    Comments about The Worm Factory® 4-Tray Worm Composter - Terra Cotta:

                    Love my worm factory. The worms seem to like it too. I've only had it a few weeks and already I'm seeing wonderful compost. I feed the worms vegetable scraps and all kinds of paper and they love it. Would highly recommend a worm factory for every household.

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                    Customer Q & A

                    2 Questions About This Product
                    Q: "How many worms do I need to purchase with the cascade compost bin?"
                    A: You should purchase about 1,000 worms to start your composter. After this initial purchase, the worm count will double every three months!
                    Q: "I ordered worms from you and they have arrived before my composter. What should I do with the worms until I get the compost bin?
                    A: The worms can last up to ten days in the packaging they arrived in. (Not the best, but they will last) Give them some water when they arrive.

                    If you're afraid they won't make it, you can make a temporary home for them instead. Put the worms into a plastic container about the size of a shoe box or bucket. Put some shredded black and white newsprint in the bottom that has been moistened (about the amount of a rung out sponge). This will act as food and bedding until your compost bin arrives and they can be placed into their new permanent home.

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