Recycling of organic wastes through vermicomposting biotechnology is an emerging trend as an âenvironmentally sustainableâ, âeconomically viableâ and âsocially acceptableâ technology all over the world. The review assesses the following topics in detail: Vermicomposting biotechnology, earthworm species for waste management, raw materials for vermicomposting, environmental factors effecting vermicomposting, applications of vermicompost and future prospects.
Nitin Prakash Pandit: Vermicomposting Biotechnology: An Eco-Loving Approach for Recycling of Solid Organic Wastes into Valuable Biofertilizers
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