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Why Worms?




Discover the Difference Nature Makes


  • Improves soil aeration

  • Enriches soil with micro-organisms 

  • Microbial activity in worm castings is 10 to 20 times higher than in the soil and organic matter that the worm ingests

  • Attracts deep-burrowing earthworms already present in the soil

  • Improves water holding capacity


Plant Growth

  • Enhances germination, plant growth, and crop yield

  • Improves root growth and structure

  • Enriches soil with micro-organisms  



  • Reduces waste sent to landfills

  • Creates employment and investment opportunities

  • Low capital investment and simple technologies make vermicomposting practical



  • Helps to compost waste    on-site

  • Very little equipment is required to operate small and large scale vermicomposting systems.

  • Very little wear and tear on equipment prevents more waste in landfills.

  • Production reduces greenhouse gas emissions and reduces our carbon footprint.



Our Philosophy


"Greener Choices

For a

Greener Planet"

The Natural Benefits of Having Worms  

Did You Know???  



There's a special, little known secret about vermiculture that needs to be shared... 


The composting organic matter that worms thrive in and their castings contains a non-harmful substance called "microbacterium vaccae".  It is a natural antidepressant that when inhaled, creates a feeling of joy and relaxation.  Without any harmful side effects!  


No wonder why organic gardeners and worm farmers are so happy!!!



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