The worms are fed cooled-down compost twice a week in 12 continuous-flow composting beds. Each of the beds are 80 feet long and measure five feet across. Then the worms do the dirty work. Worm farming is a simple way of turning vegetable and fruit scraps into a great potting soil or soil amendment for your garden or house plants.
Related Journals of Earthworms and Farming
Journal of Horticulture, Journal of Earth Science & Climatic Change, Plant Pathology & Microbiology, Zoology in the Middle East,Toxicological & Environmental Chemistry, New Zealand Journal of Agricultural Research, Journal of Environmental Science and Health, Communications in Soil Science and Plant Analysis.