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The use of earthworms to convert organic waste into fertilizer.
- ‘To set up a worm system, called vermicomposting, first determine how much waste you go through in a week.’
- ‘The term vermicomposting simply refers to composting organic matter with worms.’
- ‘Several small outfits across the country sell vermicomposting services and others peddle soil castings.’
- ‘His ‘back to nature’ programme where he teaches organic farming and vermicomposting has many takers.’
- ‘The Thrikkakara panchayat president, Hassainar, narrates the panchayat's attempts at waste management through vermicomposting.’
- ‘Although vermiculture and vermicomposting offer potential new markets for farmers, they take time to develop and require a strong commitment, experts say.’
- ‘Composting led to vermicomposting which led to compost tea production.’
- ‘One curious new feature is the building's vermicomposting system, in which 30,000 worms are fed vegetable waste.’
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From Afghanistan to Zimbabwe, discover surprising and intriguing language facts from around the globe.
The definitions of ‘buddy’ and ‘bro’ in the OED have recently been revised. We explore their history and increase in popularity.