Eartheasy Dual Tray Worm Composter

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New for Fall 2021!

Watch as worms easily and efficiently convert your kitchen scraps into nutrient-rich, organic fertilizer!

This modern design looks great in any room of your home or can be used outside in a garage, patio or shed.

Composting worms can be purchased here!

Read more

Overview

Our composter is designed to be a perfect home for composting worms, who work around the clock to turn your kitchen waste into nutrient rich, organic fertilizer for your garden. The stylish composter blends into the decor of any room in your home or it can also be used outside.

Vermicomposting is a great option for small spaces as it takes up a small footprint. It's perfect for a small patio or apartment, and can easily process the waste from a single family home. If you have small children or want to bring an educational activity into a classroom, this composter is a great way to engage people of all ages!

This composter is easy to set up, and comes with a moisture meter as well as a hand rake to make taking care of your worms easy. 

Features & Benefits:

  • Create compost year-round, indoors or outdoors
  • Hand rake and moisture meter included
  • Composter can consume 5 pounds of waste each week
  • Compact and expandable, multi-tray design
  • Built in spigot
  • Odorless operation
  • Available in gray and green

Please note the Worm Composter does not include bedding material or worms. Composting worms can be purchased here.

Using Your Worm Composter

The worm composter is simple to set up and maintain. Taking care if your worm composter should take less than 15 minutes a week, and can be left for up to two weeks without any new food!

Start with one tray and add bedding material. We recommend adding 1/2 pound of composting worms, though if you start with more worms (~1lb), they will be able to process more food at a higher rate. After your worms adjust to their new home for a couple days, begin adding your kitchen waste and “browns”.  Once the bottom tray is full, add the second tray. The worms migrate upward to the newest food source, leaving the bottom tray full of nutrient-rich compost.

Adding food scraps to the worm composter is easy, just open the lid and toss the food in! Feed your worms about 50% food scraps and 50% fiber (e.g. paper or dry leaves). In general, worms can eat up to half their weight per day! Depending on where you keep your composter, you may need to add moisture to the bin on a weekly basis.

We recommend leaving the spigot open at all times. This will help aerate the bin and supply oxygen. As waste breaks down, you will collect “compost tea”, an organic liquid fertilizer right from the spigot. We recommend placing a jar or container under the spigot to collect this liquid.

Once the second tray is finished, go ahead and harvest your starting tray! You can use the finished compost in your garden, raised beds, planters, or on houseplants. Worm compost adds vital nutrients to your garden soil, conditions the soil to hold water longer, and promotes healthy plant growth.

What to Feed your Worms:

Most fruit and vegetable scraps, pulps from juicer
Cooked food
Tea leaves/bags and coffee grounds
Crushed/ground eggshells
Hair, vacuum cleaner dust, soiled paper, tissue, paper towels, shredded egg cartons
Shredded newspaper, cardboard, sawdust (untreated), wood ash
Lawn clippings in small quantities, weeds, clippings, prunings, dirt and leaves

What to Avoid or Limit:

Limit citrus and acidic fruit skin
Limit bread, pasta and other wheat based products
Avoid hard fruit pits
Avoid spicy foods, onions, garlic and leeks
Avoid animal products such as meat, dairy, or fats
Avoid shiny paper
Do not feed rotten food to your worms

Taking Care of Your Worms

Worms are low maintenance and will be happy as long as they are fed, have enough moisture, and are kept between 40° and 80° F. Worms should be protected from extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, and direct rain. The Worm Composter can be left outside depending on your temperature, or it can be brought indoors.

You don't need to feed your worms every day – just add scraps as you have them. Worms can survive up to 2 weeks without any new food. Worms reproduce inside the bin according to their space limitations. They will regulate their own population, so you never need to worry about overcrowding your composter.

It is very important that the worm composter is not overfed. Worms prefer to eat their food as it begins to decompose, but not if it has become slimy and smelly. You should not add more than 1" of new scraps at once time, and uneaten food should not exceed 2" deep.

Overview

New for Fall 2021!

Watch as worms easily and efficiently convert your kitchen scraps into nutrient-rich, organic fertilizer!

This modern design looks great in any room of your home or can be used outside in a garage, patio or shed.

Composting worms can be purchased here!

Read more

Overview

Our composter is designed to be a perfect home for composting worms, who work around the clock to turn your kitchen waste into nutrient rich, organic fertilizer for your garden. The stylish composter blends into the decor of any room in your home or it can also be used outside.

Vermicomposting is a great option for small spaces as it takes up a small footprint. It's perfect for a small patio or apartment, and can easily process the waste from a single family home. If you have small children or want to bring an educational activity into a classroom, this composter is a great way to engage people of all ages!

This composter is easy to set up, and comes with a moisture meter as well as a hand rake to make taking care of your worms easy. 

Features & Benefits:

  • Create compost year-round, indoors or outdoors
  • Hand rake and moisture meter included
  • Composter can consume 5 pounds of waste each week
  • Compact and expandable, multi-tray design
  • Built in spigot
  • Odorless operation
  • Available in gray and green

Please note the Worm Composter does not include bedding material or worms. Composting worms can be purchased here.

Using Your Worm Composter

The worm composter is simple to set up and maintain. Taking care if your worm composter should take less than 15 minutes a week, and can be left for up to two weeks without any new food!

Start with one tray and add bedding material. We recommend adding 1/2 pound of composting worms, though if you start with more worms (~1lb), they will be able to process more food at a higher rate. After your worms adjust to their new home for a couple days, begin adding your kitchen waste and “browns”.  Once the bottom tray is full, add the second tray. The worms migrate upward to the newest food source, leaving the bottom tray full of nutrient-rich compost.

Adding food scraps to the worm composter is easy, just open the lid and toss the food in! Feed your worms about 50% food scraps and 50% fiber (e.g. paper or dry leaves). In general, worms can eat up to half their weight per day! Depending on where you keep your composter, you may need to add moisture to the bin on a weekly basis.

We recommend leaving the spigot open at all times. This will help aerate the bin and supply oxygen. As waste breaks down, you will collect “compost tea”, an organic liquid fertilizer right from the spigot. We recommend placing a jar or container under the spigot to collect this liquid.

Once the second tray is finished, go ahead and harvest your starting tray! You can use the finished compost in your garden, raised beds, planters, or on houseplants. Worm compost adds vital nutrients to your garden soil, conditions the soil to hold water longer, and promotes healthy plant growth.

What to Feed your Worms:

Most fruit and vegetable scraps, pulps from juicer
Cooked food
Tea leaves/bags and coffee grounds
Crushed/ground eggshells
Hair, vacuum cleaner dust, soiled paper, tissue, paper towels, shredded egg cartons
Shredded newspaper, cardboard, sawdust (untreated), wood ash
Lawn clippings in small quantities, weeds, clippings, prunings, dirt and leaves

What to Avoid or Limit:

Limit citrus and acidic fruit skin
Limit bread, pasta and other wheat based products
Avoid hard fruit pits
Avoid spicy foods, onions, garlic and leeks
Avoid animal products such as meat, dairy, or fats
Avoid shiny paper
Do not feed rotten food to your worms

Taking Care of Your Worms

Worms are low maintenance and will be happy as long as they are fed, have enough moisture, and are kept between 40° and 80° F. Worms should be protected from extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, and direct rain. The Worm Composter can be left outside depending on your temperature, or it can be brought indoors.

You don't need to feed your worms every day – just add scraps as you have them. Worms can survive up to 2 weeks without any new food. Worms reproduce inside the bin according to their space limitations. They will regulate their own population, so you never need to worry about overcrowding your composter.

It is very important that the worm composter is not overfed. Worms prefer to eat their food as it begins to decompose, but not if it has become slimy and smelly. You should not add more than 1" of new scraps at once time, and uneaten food should not exceed 2" deep.

Specifications
Style:
Worm Composter
Dimensions:
25" W x 27" L x 23" H
Warranty:
1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
Lead Time:
Ships within 1-2 Business Days
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  • Quick shipping
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  • In business since 2000
  • Member of Better Business Bureau, Green America, and US EPA Watersense
  • Carbon-neutral, Family-owned business that promotes sustainability!

New for Fall 2021!

Watch as worms easily and efficiently convert your kitchen scraps into nutrient-rich, organic fertilizer!

This modern design looks great in any room of your home or can be used outside in a garage, patio or shed.

Composting worms can be purchased here!

Read more

Overview

Our composter is designed to be a perfect home for composting worms, who work around the clock to turn your kitchen waste into nutrient rich, organic fertilizer for your garden. The stylish composter blends into the decor of any room in your home or it can also be used outside.

Vermicomposting is a great option for small spaces as it takes up a small footprint. It's perfect for a small patio or apartment, and can easily process the waste from a single family home. If you have small children or want to bring an educational activity into a classroom, this composter is a great way to engage people of all ages!

This composter is easy to set up, and comes with a moisture meter as well as a hand rake to make taking care of your worms easy. 

Features & Benefits:

  • Create compost year-round, indoors or outdoors
  • Hand rake and moisture meter included
  • Composter can consume 5 pounds of waste each week
  • Compact and expandable, multi-tray design
  • Built in spigot
  • Odorless operation
  • Available in gray and green

Please note the Worm Composter does not include bedding material or worms. Composting worms can be purchased here.

Using Your Worm Composter

The worm composter is simple to set up and maintain. Taking care if your worm composter should take less than 15 minutes a week, and can be left for up to two weeks without any new food!

Start with one tray and add bedding material. We recommend adding 1/2 pound of composting worms, though if you start with more worms (~1lb), they will be able to process more food at a higher rate. After your worms adjust to their new home for a couple days, begin adding your kitchen waste and “browns”.  Once the bottom tray is full, add the second tray. The worms migrate upward to the newest food source, leaving the bottom tray full of nutrient-rich compost.

Adding food scraps to the worm composter is easy, just open the lid and toss the food in! Feed your worms about 50% food scraps and 50% fiber (e.g. paper or dry leaves). In general, worms can eat up to half their weight per day! Depending on where you keep your composter, you may need to add moisture to the bin on a weekly basis.

We recommend leaving the spigot open at all times. This will help aerate the bin and supply oxygen. As waste breaks down, you will collect “compost tea”, an organic liquid fertilizer right from the spigot. We recommend placing a jar or container under the spigot to collect this liquid.

Once the second tray is finished, go ahead and harvest your starting tray! You can use the finished compost in your garden, raised beds, planters, or on houseplants. Worm compost adds vital nutrients to your garden soil, conditions the soil to hold water longer, and promotes healthy plant growth.

What to Feed your Worms:

Most fruit and vegetable scraps, pulps from juicer
Cooked food
Tea leaves/bags and coffee grounds
Crushed/ground eggshells
Hair, vacuum cleaner dust, soiled paper, tissue, paper towels, shredded egg cartons
Shredded newspaper, cardboard, sawdust (untreated), wood ash
Lawn clippings in small quantities, weeds, clippings, prunings, dirt and leaves

What to Avoid or Limit:

Limit citrus and acidic fruit skin
Limit bread, pasta and other wheat based products
Avoid hard fruit pits
Avoid spicy foods, onions, garlic and leeks
Avoid animal products such as meat, dairy, or fats
Avoid shiny paper
Do not feed rotten food to your worms

Taking Care of Your Worms

Worms are low maintenance and will be happy as long as they are fed, have enough moisture, and are kept between 40° and 80° F. Worms should be protected from extreme temperatures, direct sunlight, and direct rain. The Worm Composter can be left outside depending on your temperature, or it can be brought indoors.

You don't need to feed your worms every day – just add scraps as you have them. Worms can survive up to 2 weeks without any new food. Worms reproduce inside the bin according to their space limitations. They will regulate their own population, so you never need to worry about overcrowding your composter.

It is very important that the worm composter is not overfed. Worms prefer to eat their food as it begins to decompose, but not if it has become slimy and smelly. You should not add more than 1" of new scraps at once time, and uneaten food should not exceed 2" deep.

Style:
Worm Composter
Dimensions:
25" W x 27" L x 23" H
Warranty:
1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
Lead Time:
Ships within 1-2 Business Days
  • No-hassle, 30 day returns
  • No sales tax
  • Quick shipping
  • Secure shopping (SSL, PCI, McAfee Secure)
  • In business since 2000
  • Member of Better Business Bureau, Green America, and US EPA Watersense
  • Carbon-neutral, Family-owned business that promotes sustainability!

Specifications:

Style:
Worm Composter
Dimensions:
25" W x 27" L x 23" H
Warranty:
1 Year Manufacturer's Warranty
Lead Time:
Ships within 1-2 Business Days

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