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Urbalive Worm Farm Indoor Composter helps you avoid unnecessary landfill waste

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4.8/5?

Get rid of biowaste in an eco-friendly way with the Urbalive Worm Farm Indoor Composter. Rather than tossing food scraps in the trash to slowly—if ever—biodegrade in a landfill, create compost with them. This useful system has a modern and fun design to suit your interior. Perfect for year-round use, the Urbalive takes in all of your biowaste with ease, and it’s a great way to learn about ecology. The Urbalive uses a durable plastic to hold your compost and waste, and it stays off your floor with four wooden legs. Furthermore, there’s a valve on the bottom of the Urbalive Worm Farm. With this, you can drain and access what’s known as worm tea. When mixed with water, this composting product is ideal for watering your plants for optimal nutrition. Coming with a full set of detailed directions, this vermicomposter comes with two trays.

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Color
Green, Grey
Trays
2
Material
Plastic, Wood
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Heide

dimensions please

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Heide L Ho

More information on how much kitchen waste it can take and how long to break down. Does one add paper? What kind of worms are used, red?

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