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Vermicompost production

Projects January 7, 2017

vemicompost project

Vermicomposting is basically a managed process of worms digesting organic matter to transform the material into a beneficial soil amendment. Good quality compost production in ambient temperature can be accomplished in shorter time by the process of vermicomposting that involves use of proper species of earthworms.

The native cellulase activity of earthworms and microorganisms in earthworm gut promote faster decomposition of ingested organic material. The earthworms being voracious eaters consume the biodegradable matter and give out a part of the matter as excreta or vermi-castings.

Process of vermicomposting:

The process of composting crop residues / agri wastes using earthworms comprise spreading the agricultural wastes and cow dung in gradually built up shallow layers. The pits are kept shallow to avoid heat built-up that could kill earthworms. To enable earthworms to transform the material relatively faster a temperature of around 30 degree Celsius is maintained.

The final product generated by this process is called vermicompost which essentially consist of the casts made by earthworms eating the raw organic materials. The process consists of constructing brick lined beds generally of 0.9 to 1.5 m width and 0.25 to 0.3m height are constructed inside a shed open from all sides.

For commercial production, the beds can be prepared with 15 m length, 1.5 m width and 0.6 m height spread equally below and above the ground. While the length of the beds can be made as per convenience, the width and height cannot be increased as an increased width affects the ease of operation and an increased height on conversion rate due to heat built up.

Prerequisites for Vermicomposting:

  • Fresh dung.
  • Farm wastes (straw from wheat, soybean, chickpea, mustard etc.)
  • Rock phosphate
  • Selection of earthworm: Earthworm species native to the local soil and vermicompost or otherwise efficient acclimatized exotic species.
  • Earthworm: 1000-1200 adult worms (about 1 kg per quintal of waste material).
  • Water: 3-5 liters in every week per heap or pit.
  • Adequate water and power supply.


There are some demerits to be cared about:

  • If there is excess water then it will lead to odor problems.
  • Centipedes will eat the worms.
  • Huge land requirements.

There are some merits also:

  • It is zero pollution, environmental friendly technology.
  • There is no gaseous emission or sludge formation.
  • It has no major operating expenses such as electricity for aeration, mechanical equipment etc.,
  • The process can be restarted after a gap.
  • The process is simple to operate and maintain.
  • It can replace artificial fertilizers.



Sr. No.



Particulars of item

                                        Amount (INR)
       I. Land and Building Year 1 Year 2


1. Land (On lease)
2. Leveling and earth filling for vermicompost sheds 7500
3. Fencing and gate 25000
4. Open Shed with brick lined bed bottom & platform with RCC / MS pipe post & truss and thatch /HDPE / locally available roof (@ 1000/m

2) for :

a. Vermicompost beds (15 m*1.5 m*24 nos = 540 m2 + 20m2 pathways/utility = 560m2) 560000
b. For finished products 30 m2 30000
c. Godown / Store cum office 50 m2@ 5000/-per m2 250000
  Sub total


     II. Implements and Machinery    


Shovels, spades, crowbars, iron baskets, dung fork,

buckets, bamboo baskets, trowel,


2 Plumbing and fitting tools 1500
3 Power operated shredder 25000
4 Sieving machine with 3 wire mesh sieves-0.6 m x 0.9m size -power operated with motor 45000
5 Weighing scale (100 kg capacity) 2500
6 Weighing machine (platform type) 6000
7 Bag sealing machine 5000
8 Culture trays (plastic)(35 cm x 45cm) -4 Nos


9 Wheel barrows -2 Nos.


  Sub total 103600
III Water provision –Borewell with hand pump, pipe,



1 Electrical installation 10000
2 Furniture & fixtures 25000
  Earthworms (@1 Kg per m3 and @`300/Kg, total utilized bed volume = 324 m3) 97200
  Total Capital Cost 1183300


This is a sample Vermicompost production project report and has approximate values.


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Green house farming guide

Projects December 21, 2016

green house farming

Complete guide on Green house farming

Greenhouse is especially constructed to grow and nurture plants in a well-regulated environmental condition. It is made up of transparent material in order to serve the purpose of permeability of light which is required by the plants to prepare their food and growth. Continue reading …

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Dairy Project report on Gir cattle

Agri Science, Projects December 10, 2016

dairy project

Completely information on Dairy Project Report on Gir cattle and how beneficial it is to domesticate Gir cattle for your dairy business. Let us know about the Gir cattle.

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Complete information about leek

VegetableCrops October 15, 2016

leek farming

Cultivation of leak : Complete guide on leek farming involves in seed treatment, planting, pest management, irrigation, harvesting and uses.

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Complete information about parsley leaves

PlantationCrops August 27, 2016

Parsley Leaves

what is parsley :  Parsley is a biennial herbaceous plant which can be consumed both leaves and stems. Parsley leaves are rich in vitamin C.

Parsley Leaves


Scientific name of parsley petroselinum hortense

Varieties : Parsley varieties are of two types. 1. Curl leaves 2. Broad Leaves. Curl leaves have good demand in the market.

Local Name : parsley leaves in hindi – ajavaayan pattiyaan , Achu Mooda in Kannada

Climate and Soil:  Parsley is a winter season crop and can tolerate low temperatures. Parsley prefer acidic soils.

Planting:  Parsley seeds are small and germinate slowly. Soak the seeds in water for 24 hours before sowing. For one hectare of land requires 300gms of seeds. Seeds should be sown in the months of September or October. After 50 days seedlings will be ready for transplanted in the field. Cultivate the land properly and and plant the seedlings by maintains the distance of 45 X 15 cm.

Fertilize : Supply well rotten 300 q FYM, 60kg N, 40kg phosphate  and 20kg potassium per hectare.

Harvesting: Harvest outer and larger leavers. The inner leaves continue to grow and will ready for next harvest. So the crop gives continuous leaf cuttings for several months.

Yield: On average parsley yield will be 120 q per hectare can be obtained.

Uses: Parsley leaves used for making parsley tea which is considered as one of the health benefit.



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Complete information about Rice

Cereals October 17, 2015

Cultivation of Rice: Complete guide on Rice farming involves in seed treatment, planting, pest management, irrigation, harvesting and benefits.

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Complete information about Wheat

Cereals October 17, 2015

Cultivation of Wheat: Complete guide on  Wheat farming involves in seed treatment, planting, pest management, irrigation and harvesting.

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