Failure in Vermicomposting

Failure in Vermicomposting

Lately, I’ve been thinking a lot about failure in vermicomposting. Actually, off and on, I’ve thought about the subject of failure quite a bit over…

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Separating Worms in Belarus

Vermiculture in Belarus USAID

SUCCESS STORY Enriched top soil production in Belarus is gaining popularity and offering stable income potential to a number of entrepreneurially-minded people. There were about…

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India

Vermiculture: A Down-to-Earth Mission

The Hindu Online edition of India’s National Newspaper Thursday, June 07, 2001 “EARTHWORMS ARE friends of the farmers” – this common scientific truth taught to…

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India Worm Farm

“The Single Largest Producer of Vermicompost in the World”

 In 1991 Kamal M. Morarka, one of India’s leading industrialists and philanthropists, registered M.R. Morarka-GDC Rural Research Foundation in memory of his late father M.R….

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India Vermicomposting

Vermicompost Helps India Farmers Make Good Money

[This article appeared on page 4 in the June 29, 2004 issue of the Times of India newspaper.] Pathankot: Farmers with small land holdings are…

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Vermicomposting in India

Vermicomposting in India

Vermiculture in India: An American’s Perspective Editorial in Casting Call Vol 9, No. 3 by Peter Bogdanov I can’t say I over-prepared for my visit…

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