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vermicomposting

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  • v. Present participle of vermicompost.

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Examples

  • There are various ways of composting — aerobic static piles (non-interventionary), aerobic windrows (interventionary), using worms (vermicomposting, which is in fact a different type of process that does not involve the thermophilic stages), etc.

    Composting

  • One segment covered vermicomposting, which is composting in a plastic bin with worms.

    The Western Star: Local

  • She came across the idea of vermicomposting at a botanical gardens in Athens, Ga., where she lived before moving here in early June.

    Local News from Wilmington Star News

  • Consider "vermicomposting" — letting worms eat through the scraps.

    Environment: For a Greener Garden

  • Kitchen garbage can also be recycled in other ways such as vermicomposting (worm boxes) and burying it in the garden in trenches or post holes.

    Organic Gardener's Composting

  • In "vermicomposting," trays are added and worms go to work.

    Gazette.com :

  • But vermicomposting definitely requires care and upkeep.

    Ways that urbanites can turn their waste into compost

  • The worm castings (worm excreta) from vermicomposting contain plant nutrients encased in mucus membranes secreted by the worms.

    Vermicompost

  • Thus vermicomposting is less labor-intensive in this regard.

    Vermicompost

  • A varied substrate mass can be treated by wet vermicomposting.

    Vermicompost

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