1. AccessAgriculture Training Video Avec des sacs vides d’engrais vous pouvez replier les coins et couser chaque pli pour former un récipient. Mettez des couches de matières décomposables dans le récipient et arrosez. Au bout d’une semaine, mettez les vers de terre. Recouvrez le dessus du lit avec...
  2. AccessAgriculture Training Video Le jus de vermicompost est un liquide recueilli après le passage de l'eau dans le compost fait à partir des vers de terre. Il est riche en hormones de croissance végétale, en micronutriments et en nutriments essentiels comme l’azote, le phosphore et le potassium....
  3. 01/08/2010 Les vers peuvent être un ajout lucratif et bénéfique pour une exploitation agricole à petite échelle. À plusieurs reprises, nous avons mentionné la valeur du compost dans l’EDN. Nous faisons ici un rapport sur la production du compost à l’aide de vers. Le compost produit par des vers, appelé...
  4. Introduction to Vermiculture There are over 6,000 species of worms in the world, many of them not even named or studied. However, the farmer is interested in two main categories of earthworms, namely “deep burrowers” and “surface dwellers”. Deep burrowers include the common garden worm or...
  5. 28/03/2015 This book is for anyone interested in learning more about worm composting or anyone ready to start their own worm compost bin. Each chapter was written to provide worm composting beginners with clear, accurate information about major worm composting topics. You will learn how to build a worm bin,...
  6. Abstract,International Journal of Environment, 2017 Effective clearance of different types of waste has become significant to sustain healthy environment. Vermicomposting has become a suitable substitute for the safe, hygienic and cost effective disposal of organic solid wastes. Earthworms...
  7. 30/08/2019 Featured in this AN Backyard Vermicomposting Systems: Examples from Myanmar New Book Spotlight: Animal Integration and Feeding Strategies for the Tropical Smallholder Farm
  8. 19/10/1996 CINDY FAKE with Foodfor the Hungry in Mozambique wrote about her experiences controlling locusts with a tea made from leaves of the neem tree (Azadirachta indica). Meg LaVal in Costa Rica wrote of her successes withvermicomposting, or using worms to create compost quickly. “I have worked...
  9. 01/01/2020 Vermicompost contains significant numbers of biological organisms capable of suppressing plant diseases on leaf surfaces. This study, done at ECHO in southwest Florida during the spring of 2011, was conducted to evaluate the potential of foliar-applied vermicompost teas for plant disease...
  10. Worm or vermiculture is a useful technique for recycling kitchen and livestock wastes into a rich organic fertilizer, for producing high-protein feed for poultry and initiating a lucrative business selling worms and worm castings for the small farm. Worms are invaluable partners in building the...