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5. Keep an eye on the bin. Food scraps release moisture as they break down. Worms like moist soil, but they don’t like to swim. If puddles form or the soil seems heavy with moisture, add newspaper strips and a scoop of soil to absorb the water. Stir with the trowel. If the soil seems too dry, spray the bin well with water and close the lid tightly. 6. Food scraps should break down in about three to four weeks. To use your compost, push all food scraps to one side of the bin, leaving the soil that’s already broken down, and keep the other side foodfree for three days.
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With this bin that fits under the sink, you can make compost right in your kitchen. You’ll just need help from some worms. 3 cm), or similar size) a hammer a small nail sheets of newspaper, ripped into strips a trowel 1 bag potting soil food scraps 1 container red worms, 500 count* a spray bottle, filled with water 36 * You can buy worms at your local garden store or online. See the Garden Resources section on page 46 for website listings. 1. Place the top on the plastic bin and use the hammer and the nail to pound 12 to 15 holes into the top of the lid.