They aren’t necessary, but they are very, very helpful. Worms will speed the process, as they have natural composters in those tiny little bodies of theirs, which really helps when you’d like the process to be hurried along.
Yes and no. They make the soil rich in order for decomposer the to do their job that much quicker.They play a big part in that but in order to find out for real then take an old bucket or cup and fill it with dirt and but a banana peel on top.do the same to the other but add 2-3 worms. Wait and see what happens.
This is a cool experiment I may do this to show my nephew the effects of composting. Thanks.
Worms aren’t necessary in composting. What are necessary are bacteria that initiate decomposition process thereby giving off heat. Worms are necessary when they incorporate the decomposed matter into the soil.
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