Vermiculture is the culture of earthworms – as in raising and breeding earthworms to enhance further the vermicompost process, which uses various worms to decompose organic waste into fertiliser.

What’s not to love about earthworms?

I like what they can do for the Environment. To me, they are, in essence, some of the most authentic engineering recyclers going, and l am very passionate about the work they do:

Increase the nutrients in our soils
Valuable assets to the whole soil food web
They improve drainage through aeration and the overall structure of the soils
They improve plant productivity and the health of the land
Earthworms repair damaged soils – the more worms you have, the healthier your soils are
Worms also are a rich food source for other wildlife species

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Earthen Wurmin’s Worm’s World Gallery
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“Earthworms are far more valuable than people.”
Paul Watson