Vermicomposting often known as worm composting, is a method that converts organic waste into a valuable agricultural component. Composting creates a nutrient-dense organic soil amendment with a wide range of plant nutrients and helpful microbes. Vermicomposting works similarly to traditional composting in that it creates an optimum habitat for different organisms to break down organic debris. Vermicomposting improves the soil in a variety of ways, as listed below.
Key Features :
provides nutrients to the soil
Increases the soil’s ability to hold nutrients in a plant-available form
Improves the soil structure
Aeration and internal drainage of thick clay soils are improved
Increases the water holding ability of sandy soils