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NEEW Vermicompost

PRODUCT DESCRIPTION – Vermicompost is an organic manure (bio-fertilizer) produced as the vermicast by earth worm feeding on biological waste material; plant residues. This compost is an odorless, clean, organic material containing adequate quantities of N, P, K and several micronutrients essential for plant growth. Vermicompost is a preferred nutrient source for organic farming. It is eco-friendly, non-toxic, consumes low energy input for composting and is a recycled biological product.

The process allows for the safe conversion of waste into a valuable nutrient rich humus fertilizer i.e. Vermicompost.

Dose / Acre

Mode of use Grains Oil seeds, cotton, pulses, sugar cane Vegetables Fruit plantation
Soil application 300 kg 500 kg 500 kg 5-10 kg/plant
Chemical Composition (test method FCO 1985)

S.N Test Items Results
1 Organic carbon% 9-18%
2 N% 1.5-2.1%
3 P% 1.0-1.5%
4 K% .6-1.25%
5 Ca% 1-2%
6 Mg% .7%
7 Sulphate% .5%
8 Iron% .6%
9 Zinc% 300-700 ppm
10 Manganese% 250-740ppm
11 Copper% 200-375ppm
12 pH 7-8.2
13 Biological properties Actinomycetes, Fungi, Azetobactor, Rhizobium, Phosphate Solublizer, Ntrobactor, etc. (around10^3CFU)
14 C: N ratio 16:1

Retail packaging

5 Kg pouch

Bulk packaging

10Kg/20 Kg buckets, 50 Kg HDPE Bags


1. Soil

  • Improves its physical structure Enriches soil with micro-organisms (adding enzymes such as phosphatase and cellulase)
  • Microbial activity in worm castings is 10 to 20 times higher than in the soil and organic matter that the worm ingests
  • Attracts deep-burrowing earthworms already present in the soil
  • Improves water holding capacity

2. Plant Growth

  • Enhances germination, plant growth, and crop yield
  • Improves root growth and structure
  • Enriches soil with micro-organisms (adding plant hormones such as auxins and gibberellic acid)

3. Economic

  • Biowastes conversion reduces waste flow to landfills
  • Elimination of biowastes from the waste stream reduces contamination of other recyclables collected in a single bin (a common problem in communities practicing)
  • Creates low-skill jobs at local level
  • Low capital investment and relatively simple technologies make vermicomposting practical for less-developed agricultural regions

4. Environmental

  • Helps to close the “metabolic gap” through recycling waste on-site
  • Large systems often use temperature control and mechanized harvesting, however other equipment is relatively simple and does not wear out quickly
  • Production reduces greenhouse gas emissions such as methane and nitric oxide (produced in landfills or incinerators when not composted or through methane harvest)
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