Join the zero waste movement and start composting your kitchen scraps today!

Easy to manage, odorless and pest-free. 530mm x 400mm x 80mm container size. Able to house up to 200 earthworms.

Includes:

  • Industry food grade tray
  • Cocopeat 5L
  • Peat Moss 5L
  • Compost 5L
  • Microfauna
  • Care sheet

1 unit for $39

2 or more units for $30 each

Vermi-Composting Kit (20L)

$39.00$150.00

Delivery Information

We deliver from 4:00pm to 8:00pm on Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday.

Benefits of Vermicomposting

Vermicomposting will not only benefit the soil, but also your plants! It enhances and amends soil conditions for vigorous plant growth naturally. By improving the soil structure, it allows for maximum aeration and water retention. Having problems with the pH levels and electrical conductivity of your soil? Vermicomposting solves them too!

As vermicomposting is naturally obtained from earthworm compost, fertilizer and soil enhancer, the essential nutrients are in their simplest forms. This makes it easier for plants to absorb the nutrients in the soil, which helps them to achieve a more fibrous root system and have a stronger immunity against diseases. Vermicomposting enables your plants to grow healthier!

Vermicomposting Tips

Confused why your vermicomposting is not producing results? We are here to help! Here are some tips for you to ensure your vermicomposting journey in Singapore becomes a smooth-sailing one.

Make sure that your vermicompost soil is adequately moist. An environment that is too dry or too wet can suffocate your composting worms. To check for adequate moisture levels, take a handful of soil media and squeeze hard. You should only see a few droplets of water.

After some time, your composting soil may be saturated with worm casting, and that is when it’s time to harvest. A sign of saturation is when your compost is consistent in texture. Harvested compost is a great fertilizer for your plants, so feel free to put them in your flower pots, or donate them to your nearby community gardens! After harvesting, you will need to replenish your bins to their original level with new bedding materials. Some common materials you can use include peat moss, coco peat, sawdust, shredded newspaper and cardboard.

Feed your vermicompost worms right. Do not throw ALL your food scraps into the composting bin, as the compost worms can only eat so much. Overfeeding compost worms will only overwhelm them and cause them to die. A good gauge is to feed one corner at a time with the food waste covered by the soil at least a couple of inches deep. Breaking down the food into smaller pieces will also hasten their eating process. You can check on your bin every 3-5 days, to see if the food has been fully consumed. Ideal food waste to put in the bin includes fruits, vegetable scraps and crushed egg shells, but feel free to throw in controlled amounts of newspaper shreds or cardboard as well!

Contact Us

For enquires about novel aquafeed, insect farming, feed trials or anything under the sun! We will reply to you as soon as possible.