Vermicomposting is Done by
Answer: (3). Worms
Vermicomposting is a process to make compost by worms. worm casting is very good for the fertility of the soil. vermicomposting uses earthworms to convert organic wastes into very high-quality compost or manure. this process proves best for management of kitchen wastes. Many gardeners use this process for all their gardens and kitchen wastes.
Vermicompost consists of many worms casts and some decayed organic materials. worms casts contain a five times large quantity of nitrogen, even seven times more phosphorus, and eleven times more potassium than ordinary soil.
The best variety of earthworms is: Eisenia foetida and Lumbricus rubellis. these worms are mostly used for vermicompost.