Tui Worm Farm

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Make your own nutritious fertiliser from organic kitchen and garden waste with the Tui Worm Farm. The compact design makes the Worm Farm ideal to sit in your garden or on your balcony. With a working tray and a collector tray to collect valuable worm tea, it is easy to use.

Benefits

  • Compact and easy to use.
  • Natural fertiliser in the form of worms castings and worm tea.
  • Ideal design to sit in your garden or on your balcony.

Directions for use

To assemble:

  • Fix the tap to the Collector Tray and tighten firmly with the Nut on the inside (Turn the Tap not the Nut).
  • Attach the four legs making sure they slide firmly into place.
  • Place the Working Tray into the Collector Tray.



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