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Article: Vermicomposting: Worm Composting Indoors, Part Two: bottom tray

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markhartman07
Perris, CA

October 2, 2007
7:13 PM

Post #4041406

I bought a container, and shredded some news paper, but iI can't find a bottom tray. Any suggestions?
andycdn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 5a)

October 3, 2007
7:09 PM

Post #4045147

You don't need a bottom tray. The worms will be happy in your bin, provided there is ventilation and drainage.

Choose your method of harvesting according to my article.

Cheers! Andrew

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