A worm farm is an alternative to composting. Basically, you put your organic scraps into a container containing red worms, and they consume your leftovers, and poop out fertilizer for your garden.
Worm Farming is a form of organic composting that uses special breeds of worms, specifically, red wigglers, white worms and earthworms, to break down vegetable matter, bedding materials and decaying matter. They are primarily used for creating organic and natural fertilizers that can be used to grow crops. The practice is mainly used in the US and Canada, but also in Japan, Italy and the Philippines.
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