- Recycles 3-4 kg of kitchen waste every week to lower your carbon footprint
- Australian designed and Australian Made from 100% UV Stabilised Recycled Plastic
- Easy to assemble design with 2 x large working trays for large processing capacity
- The round shape is designed for teaching kids how to recycle: young people experience increased engagement when standing in a circle. It’s more inclusive, inspires learning, plus everyone gets to be hands-on and interactive!
- Packed with features including a ventilated lid, working trays, and collector tray for increased airflow. Worm mound in collector tray to assist worm travel into the working tray. And a drip-free tap.
The Tumbleweed Can-O-Worms is a great way to get kids into recycling and it's bursting with fun! The world’s best-selling worm farm has been designed with built-in mounds to encourage worms to move from collector trays to working trays, a unique flow through ventilation to maximise performance, and no mess extras like well-designed legs and a drip-free tap.
The Tumbleweed Can-O-Worms is a medium-capacity worm farm suitable for beginners to experienced users. Once established, the Can-O-Worms will process 3-4kg of kitchen scraps every week.
The Tumbleweed Can-O-Worms Includes:
- 1 x Ventilated Lid
- 2 x Large Capacity Working Trays
- 1 x Ventilated Collector Tray with built-in worm mound
- 5 x Snap-in Legs
- 1 x Tap and Nut Set
- 1 x Worm Farm Bedding Block
- 1 x Instruction Manual and Worm Farming Guide
Did you know that almost half of all household waste is organic and recyclable? Organic waste (food scraps and garden waste) in landfill breaks down and releases methane, a potent greenhouse gas. It also contributes to landfill leachate which causes water pollution. Reduce your carbon footprint at home by starting a worm farm!
Using a worm farm is a great way to recycle your organic waste to keep it out of landfill. A worm farm will produce an ongoing supply of organic fertiliser in the form of worm castings and worm tea - both fantastic to use on your garden!
What to Feed your Worm Farm:
- Fruit and vegetable scraps and peelings
- Crushed eggshells
- Coffee grounds, tea bags, and tea leaves
- Bread crusts and grains
- Shredded newspaper, egg cartons, shredded cardboard, and non-glossy paper
- Dried leaves
- Small amounts of citrus, onion, and garlic
- Vacuum cleaner dust and hair clippings
To start this worm farm, you will need 1000 Composting Worms. Worms not included.
We also recommend the following items (sold separately):
- Tumbleweed Round Worm Blanket
- Tumbleweed Worm Farm & Compost Conditioner