2 Zen Bags
Do you have a partner, roommate, or family member who is concerned about keeping a worm composter indoors?
Are you tired of pests coming in and out of your current worm composter?
Are you an educator who wants a sealed worm composter for your classroom?
Want a cool conversation starter inside your home?
Try Zen Bag! An indoor worm container that brings peace of mind.
Zen Bag is a simple and essential worm composter for any indoor worm farmer. Zen Bag is a sealed worm container (slide-lock top) with over 1000 tiny airholes to keep pests out but let air flow through the system. Zen Bag is cost-effective, extremely light, and ships Canada wide.
Each Zen Bag can hold up to 1/2 lbs of compost worms. Also great for hatching worm cocoons.
Zen Bag also has drainage holes in the bottom of the bag so excess moisture can drain. It is recommended to put Zen Bag in a bin or basin because of this.
Freezing food scraps before feeding to worms is a great way to avoid pests entering Zen Bag on food scraps.
Zen Bag can be placed anywhere indoors but never in direct sunlight. Common places include kitchen, basement, or heated garage.
Zen Bag Front:
Zen Bag is a sealed system making it nearly impossible for pests to enter or worms to escape
Zen Bag has over 1000 tiny airholes to allow for optimum air flow and drainage (put Zen Bag in bin or basin to catch any excess liquid)
Zen Bag retains moisture well (add dry bedding with wet foods to reduce excess moisture)
Freezing food scraps before feeding to worms is a great way to avoid pests entering Zen Bag on food scraps
Zen Bag can be placed anywhere indoors but never in direct sunlight. Common places include kitchen, basement, or heated garage
Zen Bag Back:
Add 4 inches/10 cm of moist bedding to Zen Bag to start a new worm colony.
- The bedding should be moist, fluffy, and have a neutral PH
- Types of recommended bedding include: finely shredded cardboard (2 cm strips or smaller), organic potting soil, finished compost, composted manure, coco coir, composted mulch, or a combination of these
- Add up to 1/2 lbs of worms to bedding
Feed worms 1 cup of chopped kitchen scraps and feed more once they complete their first meal. Place food on top of bedding.
- Common foods worms will eat: fruits, vegetables, grains, compost, manure, paper products, yard waste
- The smaller and softer the food, the faster the worms can eat it. Making food scrap smoothies and mixing with additional bedding is excellent food for worms
- Add more bedding with every feeding to control moisture and make more castings
*If used properly Zen Bag can eliminate almost all flying pests.
SHIP WEIGHT: 0.3 KG