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vermicomposting worms

Vermicomposting worms turn the soil and eat the organic matter

Gardening Know How – The best types of worms for vermicomposting are red wigglers (Eisenia fetida) and redworms (Lumbricus rubellus) because they prefer a compost environment to plain soil, and they are very easy to keep.
Vermicompost worms break down organic matter into waste products called castings. And although castings may be waste to the worms, they are richer in essential plant nutrients such as nitrogen, phosphorous and potassium than traditional compost.
If you choose the right vermicomposting worm types and feed them regularly, you’ll have a steady supply of vermicompost for your garden.