Also known as worm composting, vermicomposting converts the green waste and kitchen scraps into a dark-colored nutrient-rich soil that smells like earth. It is made by the decomposition of organic scrap by pure worm casting. This manure is highly rich in essential nutrients and is loaded with microorganisms that made the soil healthy.
Vermicompost increases the ability of the soil to hold the essential nutrients in the plant by improving the soil structure. One of the essential benefits is that it helps in the aeration and internal drainage of clay soils and enhances sandy soils’ water holding capacity.