Ashram have a small vermin compost unit in which earthworms digest organic matter, they excrete a nutrient-rich waste product called castings. As food passes through their digestive tract, worms secrete chemicals that break down organic matter into sustainable nutrition. These chemicals, excreted with their castings, comprise vermicompost, which improves soil texture, structure and aeration. From the Latin “vermi,” which means worm, vermicompost offers nutrients that are immediately available to plants. It can be applied as mulch, incorporated as a component in potting mixes or brewed in water as a compost tea liquid fertilizer.
Enriching Soil. As an organic fertilizer, vermicompost is a substitute for synthetic fertilizer in soil-enriched. We use for our farming and we sell to the farmers around us for less cost. We support farmers and promote organic farming to near by villages.