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Indoor Vermicomposters


Indoor Vermicomposters

A group for indoor vermicomposters. People who keep their worm bins in their apartment or home rather than in their garden, garage or shed.

Members: 304
Latest Activity: Oct 6, 2015

Discussion Forum

Moisture sensor reading 15 Replies

Started by Terri Hamilton. Last reply by Christopher Loew Jul 8, 2015.

Hatching Cocoons in Indoor Flow Thru Bin 5 Replies

Started by Larry McLain. Last reply by Larry McLain Mar 2, 2014.

Curbing evaporation from homemade bag

Started by Mary Trott Feb 8, 2014.

Comment Wall

Comment by Mark from Kansas on December 17, 2009 at 2:57pm
Hey Bob,
I had a bin in the back family room. Nobody noticed. My wife even picked out the bin (I suspect she was trying to match the curtains).
Comment by Jay on December 20, 2009 at 10:42am
Greetings! I have a stacking bin system in my kitchen. I've been pretty lucky that my wife doesn't hate it yet. It's been in there less than a month, so I'm waiting to see if that changes or not. :)

She thinks I'm feeding the bin too much, but I think it'll be fine. We'll see.
Comment by Sandra Wilson on January 6, 2010 at 1:45pm
LOL! Greetings, Jay...I, too have a stackable system in my kitchen, but it's my husband and 8yr old son who think it's gross! My 2lbs of red wigglers arrived today. They were very cold and not moving much at first, but I put them in the bottom tray with the bedding they came in and a little coconut coir mixed with food I've been letting brew in there since last month when the system came. About 4 hours later, I lift the second tray to peek in the bottom one, and there are hundreds of worms hanging from the second tray! Very lively, too.

Fruit flies have gotten a bit annoying, I set up a jar with apple cider vinegar and a paper funnel in the top, I hope it works! I also put damp paper towels in the top empty bin to keep the flies from getting into the lower bins.
Comment by creme on March 4, 2010 at 10:30am
Hi Wormers,
I'm new. I've been planning a worm bin for several years and finally I'm jumping in. I picked up an awesome frame to create a worm bag table (inspired by Amy Young's entry) and just ordered my first worms. The plan is to keep it in my kitchen, using the top as a cutting board. I'm looking forward to learning from you all.
Comment by cody on April 5, 2010 at 12:19pm
I'm back!
Comment by cody on April 11, 2010 at 4:31pm
Wow what does that have to do with worms?
Comment by cody on April 25, 2010 at 10:02am
Oh i get it ha ha.I just use my VC for my other bugs.It makes it eaiser because then i know it doesn't have harsh chemicles in the "dirt"
Comment by Bob Collinsworth on May 7, 2010 at 4:45pm
I just realizied that since I keep my worm bins in the basement, I am an indoor vermicomposter.
Comment by Angela on May 7, 2010 at 5:13pm
wow, I could literally see the light bulb go off! :) welcome to the group.
Comment by Bob Collinsworth on May 10, 2010 at 4:35pm
Thank heavens you could see it Angela - I thought my filament had burned out long ago.


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