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  • Vermicomposting.

  • Process of vermicomposting.

  • Take a large wooden box or dig a pit 30 cm deep.

  • Put the wooden box in a shady area.

  • Spread a net or a fine chicken mesh at the bottom of the box.

  • Dustbin.

  • Spread some vegetable wastes, fruit peels, dried animal dung, husk, old newspapers, etc. on it.

  • The layer of waste should be loose for sufficient air and moisture.

  • Now, spread a layer of soil on it.

  • Sprinkle some water to make the layer moist.

  • Make sure that excess water is not used.

  • Place some redworms in the vermicomposting pit.

  • Scanning food.

  • Food detected.

  • Revenge.

  • Food.

  • The redworms need food like fruit and vegetable peels, coffee powder, tea powder, weeds, etc.

  • After 30 days.

  • If proper care is taken, the number of redworms will become double.

  • Cover the pit with grass or gunny bags.

  • Once in a few days, it is important to mix and move the top layer.

  • After 4 weeks.

  • The compost is now ready.

  • Put some food wastes in one corner so that all the worms move towards it.

  • When redworms move to one corner.

  • Remove the remaining part of compost.

  • Dry the compost in the sun.

  • After few days.

  • Vermicompost is ready.

  • Part of the compost containing worms can be reused in vermicomposting.

  • This method of making compost with the help of redworms is called vermicomposting.

  • The End.

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    AumSum posted on 2019/04/18
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