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The Easy Guide To Vermiculture


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Worm farming is the best composting method that brings about adequate soil nutrients. Have you ever considered using it? Do you know the process? If you follow our previous posts, you would understand the basics of worm farming. Vermicomposting and vermiculture related but have little differences.

Vermiculture deals with the process of cultivating worms to make an end result of natural fertilizer. Chemical fertilizer is not advisable for plantation of agricultural products because, during the process, the nutrients might fade away.

Meanwhile, in this blog post, we have piled up the easy guide to vermiculture and waste management. Ensure you read till the end before starting the process of vermiculture. The process is easy but proper understanding and knowledge of the concept it easier.

The Easy Guide To Vermiculture

Feeding Of Worms 

There are no human beings without food selection. What we want at a particular time differs from each other. Doctors might recommend you to eat fruits and vegetables and if not eaten, it might be dangerous to health. Therefore, feeding is important in every phase of life.

Moreover, the same thing is applicable to the feeding of worms. Since worms now are the tools to conserve an effective fertilizer, they need proper care and feeding. The good kitchen scraps that are considered useful for worms include melon rinds, banana peels, pumpkin, veggie detritus, and pumpkin.

Suitable Earthworms For Vermiculture 

In earthworms processing of organic waste to vermiculture. There are certain earthworms to use for organic waste. The basic types of earthworms to use are red worms and wigglers. The red wigglers are also effective in composting than other types of worm.

Furthermore, other worms aside from the two mentioned above are not suitable for vermiculture. Although, you might be wondering how to keep worms and maintain them in the house without smelling. But, with research and experience, vermiculture doesn’t smell.

Rearing Of Worms And Components

Rearing of worms is one of the important factors for vermiculture. Without worms, there is no soil nutrients or fertilizer. So, how do you rear worms? Worms are often deposited in a plastic container. This plastic container is where organic wastes are dropped. It is cheap and affordable and by good maintenance, we tend to get effective soil.

Maintaining Worm Bin 

Your bin is very essential in the vermicomposting process. This is because anything you do with your bin is the result of what you get. Remember that exposing the bin to sunlight or rain might cause great damage to the worms. In addition, you can also seek more information on our platform as regards worm types and maintenance.

The Easy Guide To Vermiculture

Composting And Harvesting

After you might have understood the above explanations and how to start a worming process. The next phase is the harvesting guide. By harvesting a compost, the best option is the dump and sort method. In this method, you will put the compost content on the ground and select your remains that are useful. 

Conclusion – Vermiculture

In conclusion, vermiculture is an important factor in building soil nutrients and emerging as a natural fertilizer. Therefore, study the above guide very well to understand what it entails and follow our platform regularly.

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