Knowledge Base

Welcome to the Subpod Knowledge Base. Browse our courses, read helpful articles and become a Subpod composting expert!

Helpful Articles

How to introduce worms into Subpod

If you prefer to read, follow along with this blog to learn how to get your Subpod ready for worms.

Where To Buy Compost Worms

Some of our new composters can have trouble finding compost worms. Here are a few helpful tips for finding worms, from local breeders to big businesses!

Everything you need to know about compost worms

What's the difference between a compost worm and an earthworm? How do you hatch compost worm eggs? Read this to learn

General Courses

Learn how to compost during winter or restore balance to an overfed system!

Make a DIY timber seat for your Subpod

Personalise your Subpod by adding a timber seat to its' lid! Follow along with this course to create our signature wooden seat.

Install a Grow Bed on concrete

Our Grow Beds are designed to sit on grass and soil, but they can be easily adapted to rest on concrete. Start this course to learn how!

Compost During Winter

Learn how to keep your worms happy during winter with this in-depth guide. You can compost like normal all year round with just a little preparation.

Uproot and replant your Subpod

Moving house? This course will show you how to uproot your Subpod and replant it at your new property – with a few tricks on caring for the worms.

Fix an overfed Subpod

Overfeeding your Subpod can cause a few issues, but luckily there's a simple fix. Follow along with Peter Critch to learn how restore balance in your system.

How Subpod Works

Compost worms and microbes live inside Subpod and turn all the materials you feed them into rich compost.
Subpod also acts as the ‘growth hub’ for your garden. Over time, nutrients from the compost will feed your garden soil, building soil fertility allowing you to grow nutrient-dense food at home with ease.