- Full Description
DetailsOur Accessory Kit For Tiger Wormery includes everything you need to start (or restart) as well as boost your Wormery and give you a great end result Vermicompost. Due to our storage methods, worms may arrive in a dormant state. They are still happy and healthy but may need a few days to wake up.
- 2 x 250g pouch of Tiger Worms
- 1 x 650g Coir Block Bedding
- 1 x 1.5kg Lime Mix
- 1 x 1.5kg Worm Treats
- 1 x Moisture Mat
- 1 x Tiger Wormery Tap
- 1 x Composting with Worms Book
- 1 x Handy Wormery Information Guide
Made from 100% sustainably resourced and non contaminated wood waste, known as 'Ecowood' Our pelletised Worm Treats rapidly absorb excess moisture, swell up and are readily processed by your happy Tiger Worms.
Keep your worms thriving with our environmentally friendly soft lime mix. This mix will ensure that the environment in the Wormery is stable and non-acidic. Simply add a handful every month, or more if you use lots of acidic fruits. Typically, one bag (1.5kg) should last you 6 months or more!
Tiger Worms are the best worms you can use in your wormery for worm composting. They're supplied in breathable pouches and sent by secure delivery already in soil to make sure they arrive in a healthy condition.
Coir Moisture Mat:
The Coir Mat is to be placed on the surface of the food waste. Adding the coir moisture mat keeps your compost warm and moist and will make it easier for the worms to find the surface and encourage them upwards to where the food waste is. The mat will eventually degrade and be eaten up by the worms themselves, leaving behind a nutrient dense vermicompost.
Composting with Worms Book:
An interesting read from George Pilkington, a worm composting connoisseur with over 20 years experience.
Approx 650 grams in weight. Coconut Coir is extracted from the husk on the outer shell of a coconut, because of its superior water holding capacity, excellent air space and drainage, coir is a useful soil amendment for potted plants, containers, gardens and as wormery bedding.
Just gradually add water until the coir is damp to the touch. It can also be added dry and broken up to soak up extra moisture in wormeries, to help you produce the best vermicompost you can.
For further information on setting up your wormery, click here!
- Help Guides
Click here to view our handy Wormery information guide
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