Worm Composting: Complete Beginner’s Guide (7 Step Process)

Composting with worms (a.k.a. vermicomposting) is the proverbial win-win situation. It gives you a convenient way to dispose of organic waste, such as vegetable peelings.

What is Worm Composting?

Worm composting (aka vermiculture), which some advocates have dubbed “the organic garbage disposal,” recycles food waste into a rich, dark, good-for-your-garden soil conditioner.

How to Get Started with Worm Composting


Step 1: Buy Worms for Composting

First things first, you can’t do worm composting without some worms! But don’t go out and dig out nightcrawlers that live in the soil by your home to populate your compost bin.

Step 2: Use the Right Container

You’ll also need a container for the worm. You also purchase a worm composting bin, and we have a variety of worm bins on sale here as well including the 4-Tray Worm Farm and the Can O Worms.

Step 3: Pick the Right Location for Your Container

When picking a spot for your container, it’s important to keep in mind that worms like a dark, moist (not wet) environment and they hate light. So make sure any container you use should be opaque.

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