Complete Worm Farms WITH Bedding Included
It’s possible to start these farms with one punnet of worms, but 3 to 5 is best. (Price of farm does not include worms)
Pickup ONLY : LOCATION: Collingwood Park
Full Written Instructions Included With All Farms And Worms ( Click Here To See Them )
Pricing Of Worm Farms:
$30 Worms Not Incl. – Converted Styrofoam box, with drain and air vents (To look at them or make your own see my how-to page CLICK HERE )
$20 Worms Not Incl. – Plastic 20 litre Bucket, With open hole type lid. No drainage hole. Includes bedding. (To look at them or make your own see my how-to page CLICK HERE )
$20 Worms Not Incl. – Garden Feeding Station – Plastic 15 litre Bucket, bottom cut off, access and air holes drilled. Includes bedding. To encourage worms into the garden – gardens need to be moist and well mulched for effectiveness.
$20 Worms Not Incl. – Dog Manure Composting Station – Castings NOT RECOMMENDED for use on any plant where direct human contact will occur. Dig it in below other soils around non edible plants / trees. Gardens need to be moist and well mulched for effectiveness.
Two styles of unit, same price:
In ground unit – Plastic 15 litre Bucket, bottom cut off, access and air holes drilled. Includes bedding. To encourage worms to compost dog manures. May last longer between needing emptying than out-of-ground unit as worms carry castings into surrounding dirt. Not recommended for edible plants.
Out of ground unit (Still has bottom on bucket, no drainage). Plastic 20 litre Bucket. Access and air holes drilled. Includes bedding. To encourage worms to compost dog manures. Castings may be emptied into garbage bag and thrown away. Used for reduction of matter and helping reduce landfill.
I may be able to deliver to Forest Lake/Inala or Camira/Springfield or Centenary areas for $5 to $15 extra, price on application. I sometimes travel around, so if you’re interested in me delivering them, just call and ask for a delivered price.
The quoted price is for a worm farm with bedding, (mixed corrugated cardboard/newspaper /leaves/old grass clippings) and full written “Quick Start” instructions.. The worms cost EXTRA.
A great way to experiment with the idea of worm farming without setting up a multi level commercial plastic farm, which cost closer to $100 plus worms at the retail outlets.
All set up for you ready to go, no fuss, no muss, no problems !!
Place the farm in the shade somewhere, with a pot plant saucer/ice cream bucket under the drain, if it has a drain, to collect the “tea” (“leachate”)
Feed with scraps and aged grass clippings/leaves, cardboard, newspaper – and you’re good to go.