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Article: Vermicomposting: Worm Composting Indoors, Part Two: boot tray ?

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markhartman07
Perris, CA

October 4, 2007
6:02 AM

Post #4047149

I asked about a bottom tray in my last thread, i guess i mean " boot tray " where can i find a boot tray?
below is an excerpt from the first article.
Leachate will normally collect in the boot tray under the bin; dilute it and use on outdoor plants as you would a compost or manure tea.



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andycdn
Ottawa, ON
(Zone 4b)

October 5, 2007
5:01 PM

Post #4051828

I picked up a boot tray at my local hardware store for about $2. It's a simple plastic rectangle with raised edges and some surface lines for drainage. I use four upturned plastic flower-pot drain saucers to raise the bin a little higher.

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