What is Verrniculture?

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Monis Rasool Professor Asked on 13th April 2015 in Biology.
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    The science of raising worms

    “Vermiculture” refers to the science of breeding and raising earthworms. Vermiculture is the process of using worms to decompose organic food waste, turning the waste into a nutrient-rich material capable of supplying  necessary nutrients to help sustain plant growth.

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    Fact about Earthworms:
    Earthworms cannot bite as they don’t have any teeth.
    Earthworms have no eyes but can respond to darkness and light owing to presence of photoreceptors in skin.
    Earthworms  have no ears but are sensitive to touch and vibrations.
    Earthworms have no nose but are able to breathe through the skin.
    Earthworms  have mouth at one end and anus at he other end.
    Earthworms have no bones
    Earthworms have no male or female sex. Sex organs of both are found in body of the same worm.
    There are nearly 7000 species of Earthworm all over the world.

    Monis Rasool Professor Answered on 14th April 2015.
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