Vermicompost is an organic manure (bio-fertilize) produced as the vermicast by earth worm feeding on biological waste material; plant residue. Earthworms are small, soft, cylindrical bodied invertebrates that play a vital role in soil ecosystem maintenance. Aristotle referred to them as 'intestines of the earth' because of their habit of ingesting and ejecting the soil. Earthworms greatly influence soil properties and cast production, which results in the continuous turnover of the soil and mixing of minerals and organic constituents. worms that live in the soil are the farmer's and gardener's friends. They consume dead organic matter and turn it into rich and fertile humus with added natural nutrients. One species of worm, the californian red worm, is particularly productive at making humus, reproduces vigorously, is easy to breed and has good longevity. Through their feeding and burrowing activities earthworms incorporate surface organic matter, spatial distribution of soil, improve porosity and soil airation increase water infiltration, encourage plant root growth improve soil aggregate stability, enhance nutrient availability and reduce incidence of root diseases.
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