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Choose whether a compost bin, worm farm, or bokashi bin is right for you based on your volume and type of food/garden waste, available space, and budget.

Composting

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$59.90
RRP
$99.95

Compost works by aerobic decomposition (breaks down with air) which creates heat. It needs garden waste as well as food scraps.

Composting suits if you:

  • have garden waste (50/50 food scraps & garden waste).
  • have space on bare earth to put the compost bin.

The benefits are:

  • you can add a greater variety of food and other materials than in a wormfarm including garlic, onion and citrus.
  • you can recycle your garden waste.
  • you can add larger volumes of materials.
  • you get rich compost for your garden and pot plants.

Wormfarming

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$69.95
RRP
$99.95

Wormfarming works by worms and other micro-organisms eating food scraps. No garden waste needed.

Wormfarming suits if you:

  • don't have any garden materials to get rid of.
  • don't have access to any bare earth.
  • have a small household or you don’t produce a lot of food scraps.

The benefits are:

  • you can collect the liquid and solid fertilisers from your wormfarm.
  • you can keep your wormfarm in a courtyard, on a balcony or even inside.
  • you don’t need to add garden materials.

Bokashi

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$59.90
RRP
$75.00

Bokashi uses anaerobic bacteria to ferment food waste, including meat, dairy, bread, and small bones, into a readily decomposable form in a sealed bin, minimising insects and odour.

Bokashi suits if you:

  • have somewhere to bury the fermented semi-solid matter (patch or large pot of soil, compost bin, or community garden)
  • would also like to compost meat, dairy, bread, and small bones

The benefits are:

  • it's compact and sealed, so can be used indoors or outdoors
  • it can handle meat, dairy, bread, small bones, citrus, onion, and most other food scraps
  • it produces nitrogen-rich liquid and semi-solid fertiliser that, when diluted, are great for a garden and pot plants