| Anatomy of a Wormbin (well, ours anyway)
| Can't I Just Make My Own?
|The case FOR making your own
1. Commercially available bins are expensive!
The cheapest one we've found locally is $99 and
doesn't even include the worms!
2. You're the kind of person that dances to the
beat of your own drum; you have your own
theories and you're going to prove them!
3. You take, "Do-It-Yourself" to whole new levels
of meaning. (In need of medical help, i once
made my own x-ray machine... i can sympathize!)
|The case AGAINST making your own
1. Our bin is only $48 and includes not only the
bedding, a laminated card for reference, and a rather
nice cover, but it also includes the worms!
2. Although you have your own theories, you want to
get one started from a known working source to have a
ready supply of worms to test your own bins.
3. Drill holes?!?!? Glue & paint waterproof
bottoms?!?!? Router and table saw for a nice cover?!?