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Vermiculture:Worm Farming as an Inexpensive and Green Way to Get Quality Compost
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Vermiculture means: cultivation of worms. It is possible because of the special characteristic of the worms. Worms contain both testes and ovaries as sex organs. Which means that worms are both male... More > and female. So that every worm can exchange sperms by overlapping the other worm and then lay eggs. This way their population rate increases automatically. Once they come out of an egg, it takes approximately a year to form a full size worm. Their population rate depends on many factors, such as the available quantity of food, moisture in the soil, PH of soil, salts available in the soil, the capacity of reproducing and dispersing of the worms and temperature of the soil etc.< Less
Worm Farming for Beginners: Vermiculture Starter Guide: Become a Backyard Worm Farmer Make and Sell Natural Worm Compost
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Are you curious what worm farming is and what it takes to get started? Can it really be fun and profitable? These are just a few questions I had before I started worm farming. You will see that... More > starting in worm farming is easy and fun! You will discover all the benefits of vermicomposting, it's many uses, and how to turn it into a fun and profitable hobby. Weather you take advantage or vermicompost for fishing bait, or a source of food for feeding your wild birds, feeding those backyard chickens or fish, or just fertilizing your organic backyard garden. This is a fun and enjoyable hobby anyone can learn. Getting started is easy so start now! Generate income and promote a healthy ecosystem and a healthy life. Get your copy today!< Less
The Worm Digest
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This book was written as a helpful guide to vermiculture, providing tips and info on a wonderful means of healthy composting and information to help get you started and guide you through the process... More > of setting up and maintaining a worm bin. Worms have been around for more than 600 million years and have been studied by many great people, which include Cleopatra, Darwin and Aristotle just to name a few. They have been praised for their contribution to the history of our planet and for good reason. They turn waste into treasure as they break down organic matter while producing nutrient rich soil high in nitrogen. The benefits they provide are numerous and unequaled to anything man has made with chemicals. Whether your interest is in reducing your carbon footprint on our planet, growing lush houseplants, increasing your crop production or a wide variety of other benefits, you are to be congratulated for your efforts. Well done!< Less
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