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===Instructions for Building Worm Bin Kids Alone===
This is a guide to building the [[Locally_Delicious_Kids_Worm_Bin| Wormland
Wormbin created by team Onychophora]].
==How to use your Wormland Wormbin==
# Start by putting a small amount of damp shredded
news paper, a handful of dirt or dead leaves, and about a handful of food scraps (see: what to feed your worms) on only ONE side of your bin# Leave your worm bin for about a week or so without worms in it so that the contents of the bin can begin the decomposition process# You may now add about a handful of worms to the side of your bin that contains the newspaper mixture.# Once a week, use a spoon to mix up (“aerate”) the side of the bin that contains worms. Also once a week, be sure to add a small amount (about a half a handful) of food to the bin.
# After 2-3 months, the bin will start to accumulate castings (worm poop). When this starts to happen, prepare a new batch of bedding and food on the empty side of the bin. The worms will then migrate via the migration hole to where more food is provided.
# After the worms have migrated to the fresh side of the bin, you may remove the castings from the other side and use them in your gardening to produce bigger, healthier plants.
# Cut an extra migration hole into your existing wormbin
# Make sure the migration holes line up then tape new bin in place
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