Ever wondered if there’s an alternative to stackable tote systems for vermicomposting? Wonder no more! Flow through systems are typically suspended in the air and only use one chamber to process food scraps into worm castings. Better yet, you don’t have to deal with switching up totes, other bugs laying eggs in your bins, etc.
Now there’s still advantages to building a DIY tote system, but if you want to take a peek at a different type of vermicomposting, this might be for you.
Today I compare both methods, put together a flow through system, fill it with red wigglers and scraps, and show you the progress over 2 weeks.
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