• Vermicomposting is the process of using worms to break down organic material into nutrient-rich compost. This technique has gained popularity in India due to its cost-effectiveness, environmental benefits, and potential for income generation.
  • Reduced greenhouse gas emissions: Vermicomposting contributes to the reduction of greenhouse gases by keeping organic waste out of landfills, where it emits methane.
  • Nurient-rich compost: Vermicompost has a higher nutritious value than any other organic fertilizers, as it contains high amounts of nitrogen, phosphorus, potassium, and other micronutrients required for the optimum performance of crops.
  • Indoor Composting: Vermicomposting is a passive process that can be done indoors, making it an ideal option for apartment dwellers or those with limited outdoor space. overall vermicomposting is an effective and sustainable way to turn organic waste into nutrient-rich compost


Chemical Composition
PH 7.2 %
C 26.2 %
Moisture 15 to 25%
C:N 20:1
N 0.8 %
P205 2.4 %
K20 1.3 %
EC 2.5 %

Directions for use

Method of Applications: Soil/Individual Plants
Mixing with soil, 350 to 400 kg/acre

Individual plants: 1 to 2 kg/plant

Application On Crops

  • Fruit Crops: Banana, Mango, Grapes, Guava, Sapota, Pomegranate, Custard apple, Orange, Citrus fruit, etc.
  • Vegetable Crops: Tomato, Chili, Brinjal, Onion, Okra etc.
  • Plantation Crops: Coffee, Tea, Cardamom, Coconut etc
  • Horticultural plants, Floricultural plants, Medicinal plants, Home garden etc.

Keep out of children’s reach