What is Vermicomposting?
Vermicomposting, or vermiculture, enlists a small army of worms to turn organic plant wastes (food parings, rinds, peels and lawn clippings, for instance) into rich plant food, known as "worm castings." The practice is well known to home gardeners but...
Vermicompost is the product of the composting process using various species of
worms, usually red wigglers, white worms, and other earthworms, to create a ...
NOTE: The following information is for the home vermicomposting enthusiast.
This resource is not intended to be a reference for commercial bins or bins
Vermicomposting uses earthworms to turn organic wastes into very high quality
compost. This is probably the best way of composting kitchen wastes. Adding ...
Vermicomposting is a process that relies on earthworms and microorganisms to
help stabilize active organic materials and convert them to a valuable soil ...
I will talk here about indoor worm composting, or vermicompost, as it is what I am
most familiar with, and practice. It's really not as disgusting as it sounds (I once ...
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Aug 2, 2007 ... Read on and stay tuned! What is vermicomposting? Why use worms? Known
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Vermicomposting is the breaking down of organic material through the use of
worms, bacteria, and fungi. In nature, organic matter is decomposed through