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Global worming institute - Columbia Missourian

Here's a good article about vermicomposting and how one farming couple is trying to turn a profit. Their "Global worming institute" is probably going to become a composting business instead of a worm business because the weather in Missouri isn't as worm friendly as places like CA or Texas.

It seems that lately most news about worms and vermiculture comes out of India. It's nice to see people in the USA starting to recognize compost and vermicomposting as a possible aid to their gardening needs.

"Beneath all that manure, however, are thousands of pounds of red wiggler worms, whose primary purpose is to eat, then excrete a nutrient-rich compost material called castings that is used as an additive to soils..." - Columbia Missourian


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