What can be composted in Subpod?
You can compost a lot more things in Subpod than compared to an ordinary worm farm. You can compost food scraps, including citrus, onions, and after 4 months of active use even small quantities of meat, fish, dairy, and spicy foods. Carbon items ...
What do you need to add to the subpod to get started? What do I need to put in my Subpod once it arrives?
Video instructions here: https://youtu.be/gRO2z9IHArs?list=PL3v534o03txrI-MApt14-lMGLPTKk_95u After you have assembled your Subpod and installed it in your garden, you will need to add: You will need approximately 1000 worms, but 2000 is better. 8 ...
What are your recommended ways of keeping fire ants out of the Subpod? I don't want to fill the area with pesticides, and fire ants are the biggest problem I have with current composting efforts.
We don’t have direct experience with fire ants specifically, but here are two suggestions that have worked well with other ants. 1) We find that ants tend to colonize a Subpod if the food waste is not stirred in and then dries out while sitting on ...
What are the dimensions of the worm blanket? Does a worm blanket come with the Subpod?
Each worm blanket is 36cm/14 inches x 42cm/16.5 inches. There is one worm blanket on each side of the divider. We supply the worm blanket for each side of your Subpod with your Subpod purchase.
When the Subpod is full, how do I remove the finished compost, without harming the many worms within?
Compost worms struggle to live in the soil, as they need high levels of organic matter (your food scraps ;) ) so they will always return to their Subpod home. We have thought long and hard about HOW to collect your compost without hurting our worm ...