Vermicomposting: Letting worms do the dirty work. Anne Kolaczyk Purdue University Master Gardener. Vermicomposting.
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Purdue University Master Gardener
Composting worms eat decaying organic matter and turn it into worm castings (worm feces). The result is vermicompost, a mixture of worm castings and composted material such as the bedding in bin.
R recycle organics
E environment and pH
C change of habitat
A absence of air
L lack of food