EARTHWORMS IMPORTANCE IN THE NATURE
EVERY ONE GARDENER OR FARMER RECOGNISES IMPORTANCE OF EARTHWORMS IN THE NATURE
The earthworms are natural cleaners of soil and we can call them the earth bowels. The soil humus, rich in all basic plant nutrients, is created through their activity. Those simply yet elegant and effective organisms were on the Earth already hundred years prior humans. They are untouched by evolution but still well adapted to their key role in natural ecosystems. Humans have studied them and learned how important those creatures really are.
The vermicompost is the universal earthworm product, developed by nature for millions of years. It is harmless to plants even in concentrated form. It is easily applicable and efficient in all growth stages of various plants.
Vermicompost is produced by earthworms naturally and therefore are all beneficial substances available for plants in their native (originally natural) form and thus are better absorbed by up to 90%. E. Coli bacteria are also neutralised in digestive tract of earthworms. It has an excellent effect on the overall growth, stimulates the growth of new sprouts/leaves and improves the results of all cultivation efforts. It also improves the soil structure, revitalises and eliminates water repellency of plants.
It does not contain any pathogens or toxic elements. It increases decomposition of organic soil matter and restart biological processes in the “death” soil. It is from 100% natural product richer in nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium. It contains also calcium,, magnesium, sodium, cuprum, zinc, and manganese. It is natural insecticide and pesticide. It contains all necessary minerals for the healthy growth of plants. Contains valuable vitamins, enzymes (growth stimulants), auxins (for cell prolongation), cytokinins (for cell division, hormones of youth), gibberrelins (hormones stimulating the growth of young leaves and seed germination) and free amino acids highly supportive for the plant growth by up to 20%. Humic acids helps to develop vigorous root system, improves microbial activity and nutrients availability, supports enzymatic and natural regulator activity as well as suppress growth of pathogenic fungi.
Well nourished plants have higher probability of producing great yields and such plants have also better ability to resists attacks of various pests and diseases. The best way how to maintain this is to start with the root nutrition with the best support available - with the vermiculture.