Vermicompost from Pig Manure Grows He...

Vermicompost from Pig Manure Grows Healthy Hibiscus

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John E

Washington, DC

#1 Dec 11, 2009
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2009/12/...

Vermicomposting, using earthworms to turn waste into nutrient-rich fertilizer, can be an economical, organic waste management practice. The resulting product, called vermicompost, or worm castings, can be an environmentally friendly alternative to conventional substrate additives for producing container-grown plants.

Since: Sep 13

North York, Canada

#2 Oct 28, 2013
Definitely a thought to ponder on considering the amount of wastage produced daily, and if this treatment of vermicomposting is used, then it helps in maintaining rich soil nutrients for plants to grow. Wanna share a good site for reference http://www.happyworms.ca

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