Collection: Worm Composting

Worm composting, also known as vermicomposting, involves the aerobic breakdown and stabilization of wastes via the activity of specialized earthworms, other invertebrates, and microorganisms. The end product - known as worm castings, vermicompost or vermicast - is one of the most highly regarded natural fertilizers, offering incredible plant-growth-promoting benefits even when very small amounts are used. Worm composting is a great option for those with limited space and fairly small waste streams, and can be an excellent partner strategy for both layered composting and bokashi.

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