vermicompost

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ver·mi·com·post

 (vûr′mĭ-kŏm′pŏst′)
intr.v. ver·mi·com·post·ed, ver·mi·com·post·ing, ver·mi·com·posts
To make compost by providing organic waste as a food source to earthworms and then collecting their excrement.
n.
Compost created in this manner.
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6 Put worms to work and improve your soil SET up a worm compost bin if you only have a small space, and make a home for some small, red tiger worms, which you can buy.
Reflecting the rising movement of people and communities who are re-inventing our food system, FRESH encourages us to take matters into our own hands--planting urban gardens and creating worm compost from food waste, buying locally-grown products and preserving seasonal produce.
Using it, I mix equal shovelfuls of soil and worm compost (potting soil can be used, but it's rather expensive.
Also in 10 schools in the area we are promoting worm compositing, which means all the organic waste that is generated by the children from their lunch goes to worm compost, and then into the gardens in the schools.
It's certainly proved to be a hit with visitors, and the farm will be able to make the most of high quality worm compost for its flower beds.
Everything you need to make worm compost is available from www.
For example, starting a worm compost system under the sink can produce the richest of fertilizers that can be then be used in a rooftop garden.
He was right: Today, the farm sprawls across three city acres crammed with livestock pens, fish trenches, worm compost bins, and greenhouses constructed from pipe and plastic sheeting.
The waste from the canning process was properly diverted from regional landfill by composting the pits and feeding the skins to my vermicomposter (close family received worm compost as a stocking stuffer).
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Worm compost is one of the top fertilizers on the planet, and--best of all--because t do indoor vermicomposting, I don't have to deal with a frozen or snow-covered compost pile.
Later this year, the schools will be able to grow their own fruit and vegetables using the worm compost produced.