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  7/7/2014 Vermiculture Made Easy: Vermiculture and Vermicomposting in the Philippines 1/22 Wednesday, January 6, 2010 ermiculture and Vermicomposting in thePhilippines Hi Guys..Let me introduce myself briefly first. My name is William PaulPalma and my colleagues in Davao call me Popoy. I finished B.S. Agri-Business major in Management at the Ateneo De Davao University. In2007, I got interested with Vermiculture for the primary reason thatworms are loyal hard workers. Their produce (manure) is always aperfect organic fertilizer. And they don't charge anything for their Facebook Badge William Paul PalmaCreate Your Badge Followers 4  More Next Blog» Create Blog Sign In  Vermiculture Made Easy  7/7/2014 Vermiculture Made Easy: Vermiculture and Vermicomposting in the Philippines 2/22 labor. That's amazing. So I begun to study the Industrycomprehensively. In 2008, I started my own vermiculture in our smallfarm somewhere in Tanay, Rizal, Philippines. I got some snap shotswhile we were working in the farm which I will show you as we goalong, so you could have a better visual understanding about Vermicuture, Vermicomposting and Organic Farming on a large andbackyard scale. This is my true story Vermiculture Made Easy wpp Lets start small. Those containers are full of worms which I grow inmy condo unit in Cubao, Quezon City, Philippines. My place is solimited that I don't have a garden area except for a few flower pots.But this did not stop me from raising earthworms/vermiculture. If there's a will there's always a way. All the materials I use can befound in the garbage like the containers and all the food I collect forthe worms are waste materials I got from my kitchen, storage areaand paper scraps. In short I never spend a penny for doing this. I justturned trash into cash.You see worms eat microbes such as fungi and Join this site with Google Friend Connect Members (23) More » Already a member? Sign in Blog Archive ▼ 2010  (1) ▼ January  (1)  Vermiculture and Vermicomposting in thePhilippine...  About Me   William Paul View my complete profile  7/7/2014 Vermiculture Made Easy: Vermiculture and Vermicomposting in the Philippines 3/22 bacteria that eat almost all rotten things.wpp Click picture to Zoom in  7/7/2014 Vermiculture Made Easy: Vermiculture and Vermicomposting in the Philippines 4/22 This are pictures showing the presence of a few healthy residentworms inside the container. I started growing them on my birthday,December 13, 2009. It's now January 06, 2010 when I got that snapshot and I can see some eggs around. That's wonderful!!! I don'tthink I can call this a backyard scale perhaps the best term is cabinetscale because I store the containers inside a shelf. This only showthat in vermiculture, you can start big or small depending on yourpreference. All you have to do is to get some worms, the rest couldbe for free. If only all filipino families/residents are doing vermicultureat home, we can drastically reduce 30% of the garbage in ourcountry. Not all countries are lucky enough to raise worm due to theirunfavorable weather. In tropical counties like the Philippinesearthworms (African Nightcrawlers) thrive excellently. wpp


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