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Which suits you best - Composting or Wormfarming? All Quizzes

Composting

Compost bins accelerate nature's nutrient reycling using heat created within above ground chambers or rotating tumblers.

  • Processes lots of food scraps plus garden waste.
  • Place above ground units on open soil. Tumblers go anywhere including balconies.
  • Low maintenance.


Produces rich compost for your garden (Tumblers produce liquid fertiliser also).

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Wormfarming

Hungry worms break down food scraps into solid and liquid nutrients in compact multi-tray and larger single tray farms. 

  • Processes medium amounts of food scraps, primarily fruit and vegetables.
  • Suitable for indoor as well as outdoor placement.
  • A bit more maintenance.

Produces rich harvestable worm castings as well as lots of liquid fertiliser for your garden.

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Bokashi

Bokashi uses anaerobic bacteria to ferment food waste into a readily decomposable ferment in a sealed kitchen bench bin.

  • Ferments medium amounts of food scraps, all kinds!
  • Suitable for kitchen or outdoor placement.
  • Low maintenance, except when emptying.

Produces fermented food scraps (you then bury in soil) and lots of liquid fertiliser for your garden.

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