Urbalive Worm Farm: Making worm composting indoors a simple process

There’s a myriad of choices when it comes to composting, and if you live in a small space with no access to a garden, worm composting, in particular, is still an option. Urbalive Worm Farm is an indoor kit for composting kitchen bio waste with red worms.

Designed by Czech designer Jan Pelcl, the Urbalive Worm Farm is a stylish container which stands on wooden stilts, like a stool. Its modern design is made up of composting layers where worms help create vermicompost leading to a container where the worm tea collects.

Vermicompost contains essential enzymes and natural growth hormones that are great for soil fertility and feeding gardens. Worm tea is rich in natural nutrients and enzymes that help plants grow strong and healthy. The tea can be mixed with water and added to soil in flower pots and plants for use as food.

By following a few simple basic rules, Urbalive Worm Farm is easy to use, odourless and ideal for use as an educational tool for kids at home and in schools.

The Urbalive Worm Farm is particularly suitable for peelings and leftovers of fruit and vegetables, such as potato peels, apple cores, green tops of vegetables, non-plastic tea bags, coffee grounds and paper coffee filters.

Urbalive Worm Farm is available online from Amazon and selected retailers

Rosa Medea is Life & Soul Magazine’s Chief @rosamedea


 

 

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