Urban Worm Bag Follow Along 6-11-21

This is the third installment of the UWB follow along series that started April 29th, 2021. I missed taking photos from a feeding between this post and the last one. The system is still on a weekly feeding schedule and will remain unless some circumstance prevents that. Since the last feeding on 5-12-21, I fedContinue reading “Urban Worm Bag Follow Along 6-11-21”

Urban Worm Bag Follow Along 5-12-21

I wanted to do a series of posts on how I maintain my Urban Worm Bag (UWB). I set up this system in mid-October 2020 after years of using a similar Worm Inn system. My decision to purchase a UWB had to do with the size of the system. The Worm Inn I had setContinue reading “Urban Worm Bag Follow Along 5-12-21”

Urban Worm Bag Follow Along 4-29-21

I wanted to do a series of posts on how I maintain my Urban Worm Bag (UWB). I set up this system in mid-October 2020 after years of using a similar Worm Inn system. My decision to purchase a UWB had to do with the size of the system. The Worm Inn I had setContinue reading “Urban Worm Bag Follow Along 4-29-21”

Urban Worm Bag v2.0

This is a review of the Urban Worm Bag v2.0 (UWB). I previously reviewed the no longer available Worm Inn and the UWB is the next generation continuous flow through bag system. Full disclosure, I currently offer this product for purchase. I’ll start right off the bat and state that the UWB is my preferredContinue reading “Urban Worm Bag v2.0”

Can worms eat that?…citrus

This will be an ongoing series of various items that composting worms will process. I’m referring to the foods to avoid. The next material in this series is citrus. On just about every vermicomposting list of food scraps to avoid, citrus makes the no-no list. There are some good reasons for this but is citrusContinue reading “Can worms eat that?…citrus”

Can worms eat that?…yogurt

This will be an ongoing series of various items that composting worms will process. I’m referring to the foods to avoid. To start off this series, I will begin with dairy. So milk is out of the question as you would just flood your bin with too much moisture, but what about yogurt? While goingContinue reading “Can worms eat that?…yogurt”

Types of indoor systems

There are various types of vermicompost systems available for the home use. This is a basic overview of each system type. There are two main types of systems are simple bin and continuous flow through Simple Bin The most common and cheapest system is a standard storage bin or tote. These can be found atContinue reading “Types of indoor systems”