Red Wiggler Worms Are Wonderful For Composting

Worm Farm

In case you’re unfamiliar, vermicomposting is a special way to return the nutrients in vegetable waste to the soil. It involves using earthworms, specifically “red wiggler” (Eisenia fetida) worms, to eat coffee grounds, apple cores, carrot peelings, and other waste. In the process, the worms turn this “garbage” into a rich natural fertilizer. 

The Wonder of Worms

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