Vermicomposting is a decomposition process involving the joint action of earthworms and microorganisms. Although microorganisms are responsible for the biochemical degradation of organic matter, earthworms are crucial drivers of the process, by fragmenting and conditioning the substrate and dramatically altering its biological activity.
The cast produced after bioremediation of organic wastes through earthworm is a special type of Bio-fertilizer (Vermicompost).
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Last date updated on July, 2014