Product of the Week – Worm Factory 360

By | March 12, 2010

Worm Factory 360I live in an apartment within the city and I never thought composting would be possible for me without having a backyard. Well, times have changed & composting is no longer limited to backyards.

The Worm Factory 360 is one of the first composters that can be used indoors or outdoors allowing year round production.  Composting with worms allows you to turn kitchen scraps, paper waste & cardboard into nutrient rich soil for your plants. Plus The Worm Factory 360 is odorless making it great for apartments, kitchens, garages, porches and more.

How does it work?
Simply add a handful of worms & your organic waste to the bottom tray. The worms will start processing the food. Once the bottom tray is filled add another tray. The worms migrate upward to the newest food source leaving the bottom tray full of nutrient rich compost.

As waste is broken down, moisture filters through the system, taking nutrient-rich particles with it. This makes it possible to harvest organic liquid fertilizer right from the spigot.

Why is it better than traditional composting?
With a thermo siphon air flow design, the Worm Factory 360 increases the composting speed. Now you can produce compost much faster than traditional composting methods. Master Gardeners agree, worm castings are one of the richest forms of fertilizer that you can use.

Check out this video which is a preview of the instructional DVD for setting up & managing the Worm Factory 360 worm composting bin.

Buy your Worm Factory 360 today!

10 thoughts on “Product of the Week – Worm Factory 360

  1. Marc

    Making the video was no easy feat! I hope you enjoyed it, and that it helped in setting up your Worm Factory 360. Let me know how the composting goes!

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  4. Erin

    My family has a Worm Farm and it produces such rich nutritious juices that my fathers garden has never been happier! The worms make more than we can use, so we spread the love to our fellow community gardeners 🙂 It’s wonderful!

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  8. Augusta

    Every website I have seen selling the Worm Factory 360 sell it for $109.95, this site sells if for $104.95, just select the discount in the drop down box!

  9. Chris G

    I have one of these and LOVE it so far! (Very fun for a noob compost’er…)
    I do have a couple specific questions though. Does anyone know if a blog dedicated to the Worm Factory 360?

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