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DIY-How to build a bathtub worm farm  RSS feed

 
Jason Long
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I recently made a step by step pictorial post of How to Build a Bathtub Worm Farm.  It is really simple to build with recycled materials, and it is broken down into 12 easy steps. The final cost was $44.99, however you can definitely make this worm farm for free with a little extra effort.

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Shawn Bell
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Cool Project.  When I build my rabbit  barn, I am going to have a big worm bin right under their cages.
A bathtub might just do the trick.
 
Jason Long
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A bathtub would work perfect to collect whatever falls from the rabbit barn! Great idea!
 
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we have three bathtub wotm bins. they are great.
 
Jason Long
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Hubert,
How much leachate drains from your worm bins, what climate are you in, what do you use for feed, and how often do you water them?
 
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