Using worms to recycle food scraps and other organic material into valuable, nutrient rich soil.
Worm composting AKA (vermicomposting) is the process of using worms to recycle food scraps and other organic material into valuable, nutrient rich soil. Worm castings (the finished product after the worms decompose) are the richest natural fertilizer known to humans and stimulate plant growth more than any natural product on the market because of the ability to reach plant roots immediately, allowing a higher percentage of humus than soil or compost, while providing binding sites for micronutrients that would otherwise wash out of the soil during heavy rain.
Vermicomposting is an inexpensive DIY compost method that not only helps the environment but will create extremely nutrient rich compost for your own gardens and plants. It’s easy and is great for folks living in an apartment or condo. It can be used safely indoors with no smell or mess and it’s easy to start. It’s a great way to help us on our way to creating a cleaner, greener environment by keeping tons of organic waste out of our landfills and into our soon to be thriving gardens!