Tower Tip: Vermicomposting, Part 3

Part 3 in Our Guide to Vermicomposting Series

Congratulations on making it through the first two parts of the Garden Tower Project’s vermicomposting series. As you can see, vermicomposting with your Garden Tower® 2 vertical planting system is both fun and efficient. But now, it’s time to finish out our vermicomposting series with part 3.

Part 3


In the final part of this 3-part series, Kristi and Tom answer viewers’ questions, including:

  • Why is there an oily sheen on my worm tea?
  • How can I get rid of an insect infestation?
  • How do worms not fall out of the bottom of the tower?
  • Do I need to use the compost tube?
  • Can I put manure in the tube?
  • Do I need to change the soil every year?

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