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For our customers, we present Vermicompost which is use for creating a heterogeneous mixture of decomposing vegetable or food waste & bedding materials. It is applied in agricultural farms, vegetable/roof top/herbal gardening, floriculture, natural lawn and garden care, organic landscaping, horticulture, tissue culture plants and sericulture. It helps in increasing moisture retention, trimming down seed weed and unwanted bacteria, facilitating efficient growth, supporting microbial activity and control pest and diseases.
More About Vermicompost :
Vermicompost is the product or process of composting using various worms, usually red wigglers, white worms, and other earthworms, to create a heterogeneous mixture of decomposing vegetable or food waste & bedding materials. The worm castings are very important to the fertility of the soil. The castings contain high amounts of nitrogen, potassium, phosphorus, calcium, and magnesium. Castings contain: 5 times the available nitrogen, 7 times the available potash, and 1 ½ times more calcium than found in good topsoil. Several researchers have demonstrated that earthworm castings have excellent aeration, porosity, structure, drainage, and moisture-holding capacity. Our Vermicompost is enriched with BIO CULTURE like NITROGEN FIXING BACTERIA (N.F.B), PHOSPHOROUS SOLUBULISING BACTERIA (P.S.B) & NEEM etc.
Vermicomposting is done on small and large scales. In the 1996 Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, the Australians used worms to take care of their tons and tons of waste. They then found that waste produced by the worms was could be very beneficial to their plants and soil. People in the U.S. have commercial vermicomposting facilities, where they raise worms and sell the castings that the worms produce. Then there are just people who own farms or even small gardens, and they may put earthworms into their compost heap, and then use that for fertilizer.
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