The Vego Garden in-Ground Worm Composter makes sustainable and efficient gardening a breeze by turning your organic waste into rich, nutrient-dense garden bed material. So dig a hole in the ground of your Vego Garden, bury the Worm Composting Bin, fill it with organic waste and worms, and let nature do the work. It's that simple!
What is Vermicomposting
Vermicomposting OR Worm Composting OR Cyclical Gardening:
Start vermicomposting inside your existing raised garden beds! The in-ground composter is meant to be buried into the soil of your raised bed. This in-ground worm composter allows worms to break down organic waste (kitchen scraps, paper, etc.) into nitrogen-rich compost you can harvest for your garden hassle-free.
First things first, you're going to need worms! The Red Wiggler is the "King" of composting. They are great at composting and are also known for doubling their original population in as little as three months. European Night Crawlers (Super Reds) are another option and are great for fishing bait! Super reds can also be released into your garden and lawn to aerate.
Setting up the In-Ground Worm Composter
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