2 Min Read
Contents: Click for quick access


  1. Compost making worms
  2. Vermibinl container
  3. Bedding materials
  4. Organic waste
  5. Water
  6. Covering materials


Vermicomposting is a simple technology for converting biodegradable waste into organic manure with the help of earthworms.

Vermicomposting is a simple composting process that takes advantages of what earthworms do naturally but contains the worms to bins making it easier for farmers to feed them.

Some of vermicomposting are as follows:

  1. Eisenia andrei
  2. Eisenia fetida
  3. Dendrobeizens veneta
  4. Perionyre encavatus
  5. Endrilus engeniae


  1. Selection of container:

The shape of size of the container depend upon the amount of waste to be composed and the number of earthworms which we want to culture.

  1. Making outlet:

The holes should be made at the end of the container with the use of power drill. The fine hold were drilled each in the lid and the button and at least three holes at each side of the bin.

  1. Preparation of placements of bed and introduction of earthworms:

Vermicomposting model was prepare in a cool moist and study site. Vermicomposting was done for 30–40 days. During this time the waste was regularly monitored to ensure that the temperature doesn’t go up, the moisture content was about 50% and worms are healthy.

  1. Covering by jute bag:

Thebed prepared and the earthworm introduced are covered by jute bags. It was covered because the earthworm are heated sensitive.


Hence, organic manure in lab through vermicomposting was prepared.

Share This Article
Leave a comment

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *