Hungry bin. A continuous flow worm farm.



Hungry bin. A continuous flow worm farm.



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Hungry bin. A continuous flow worm farm.
Outsource your manufacturing and bring the price down for people to afford the product. Great idea for using indoors or out.
ANYONE KNOW OF AN AFFORDABLE VERSION OF THIS FOR AROUND $50 OR LESS?
I wouldn't be happy paying for than $50 for this. And i would refuse to pay more than $100 for this. You have a decent design and seemingly a good product, but you're charging a rediculous price. I'm seeking cheaper alternatives
goVermont should give subsidy to the supplier, so can reduce the price to the customers
Its amazing invention to save the environment from pollution and use the waste pollute the env't for bioproduct.
Where can I get it
Show us how u start it. And the day to day working that will help us decide if it works for us
Every restaurant should have 5 of these in the back
"You can't buy fertilizer this good, you've got to make it."
That's a great line.
free fertilizer but you need to purchase that bin... rather to buy fertilizer no effort at all hehe...
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It’s not hard to make the exact same thing using some plastic and a small curve. No need to spend $400. You can make the taper design using polished smooth wood construction. Then create a plastic barrier within the form with some kind of plastic lining. When it’s all done, you can make a bin for the bottom like he has here. No need to spend $400.

Another way you can make it is if you use Cob. Cob is dirt with sand and water and straw. Im serious. Dirt. It’s like natural concrete used by ancient civilizations. Good stuff. Used to make fortresses and houses in the old days. Use Cob to make the form. Coat the cob with Lyme plaster finish then polish with olive oil soap. Makes really smooth water proof surface like the plastic device here. All that’s left is to put a bin at the bottom again and then put your potting soil and worms in the top hatch. I’m using this cob method to do it. The only thing I spent money on is a few bags of sand, a small bit of straw, the Lyme plaster a olive oil soap bar. Dirt is free. I have a polishing power tool in my garage. If you are against power tools or don’t have a polishing power tool just use a hard enough smooth river rock. 4 coats of the Lyme plaster before you use the olive oil soap polish step. Works just fine. Final texture for the inside where you use the olive oil soap should be smooth like a Marble counter top. Outside surface isn’t important. Outside surface only gets the 4 Lyme plaster coats. That’s pretty much it. $400 for this Hungry bin? That’s expensive.
I have to save cuz your product is ridiculously high
Hi Ben,
I just received my Hungry Bin and I was wondering if you, or anyone, has tried the Bokashi Compost method in the HB, and if so, did it help?
I have had a worm bin fur several years and I just recently learned about Bokashi Composting, my red wigglers love the stuff, and they break down the compost a lot faster.
I will be testing the Bokashi Compost our with some worms in my HB.

Thank you,
Mike
WAY. TOO. EXPENSIVE.
Very nice
$300 USD on Amazon. Hmmm... for a plastic bin. I'd give you $50 USD.
NZ$325!!! You must be having a laugh!
Ok
no air circulation? Stink city.......

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