What is a vermicomposting project?
Vermicomposting has many projected and actual uses.  It can do done inside or out.  It therefore reduces and recycles the waste stream indoors and out. For it breaks down yard waste, paper and cardboard, and kitchen scraps. So it decreases the costs of maintaining old landfills and identifying new.  This waste management can be done year-round, because of being contained and because of indoor or outdoor placement.  It reduces energy and operating costs. For example, kitchen wastes do not clog or smell up garbage disposals or waste baskets.  Its finished product can be used as fertilizer, mulch, or soil amendment. The two former are applied to the surface, the latter below ground. As a natural organic fertilizer, vermicomposted material can be spread at the rate of 1/4 inch in fall or spring. It is mounded into 2-3 inch mulch layers to keep away weeds, hold in moisture, and even out temperature extremes. As soil amendment, it is mixed down into the soil. All three ways improve soil structure, fertility and drainage. They do so, by the introduction of vermicomposting's organic matter into the soil.
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Vermicompost is highly desirable for gardeners on all levels. It isalso highly desirable for small farms and organic agriculturalapplications.
Composting with the aid of worms.
Red w orms are used for vermicomposting
Composter using worms
Vermi compost is worm manure, the end result from a worm farm. The valuable natural fertilizer and plant food that the worms have produced from your kitchen scraps..
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The return to the soil of what's taken away is why vermicomposting helps in the conservation of the environment. Vermicomposting describes the use of worms to break down cert…ain materials such as shredded paper and kitchen scraps. The materials pass through the worms' bodies. They're eliminated as nutrient rich droppings, which become part of the soil. The organic content of droppings encourages the passage of air and water through soil. So soil ends up being a better environment for the critters of the soil food web and for plants. It likewise ends up being less likely to compact and erode. So the resources within the soil are put to best use instead of becoming inaccessible through compaction or erosion.
compost is decayed organic material vermicompost is composting with the help of worms
My worms live very happily in shredded paper, with the occasional coffee ground and egg shell addition.
Its a pit/hole in the ground composting worms live in
Worm compost tea is good for plants. Fishing worms. Feed to chickens.. use mail as bedding.
Now a days farmers are yielding good results by using vermicompost, the compost prepare by using earth worms . Earth worm is one of the animal which is helpful to us.It is cal…led farmer's friend .Using vermicompost in place of chemical fertilizers will make the soil fertile.
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advantages low cost very cost
You mix lots of green leaves cow dung and add earth worms leave it for 2-3 months and you get vermicompost.
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Vermicomposting or worm composting is a simple way to convert organic waste materials into nutrient rich soil conditioners with the help of compost worms. The worms live …in worm bins and eat kitchen- and garden waste. As they digest it the remaining waste gets converted into worm castings (worm poop) which is an exceptional organic fertilizer and soil conditioner. The nutrients in worm castings are ready available for plants. A tablespoon of worm castings consists of about 5 billion living organisms and can feed an average pot plant for up to 6 month. Vermicomposting is easy and can be done indoors and outdoors.
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vermicomposting produces better compost fo your garden . The worms digest everything.