1. Introduction
  • A. What are Vermicompost, Vermicomposting and Vermiculture ?
  • B. What are the benefits ?
  • C. What difference with other composting techniques ?
  • D. Getting started your own bin

2. Theory
  • A. The process of Vermicomposting
  • B. Vermicompost inhabitants
  • C. Worms species
    • 1) Main composting worms : Eisenia Foetida
    • 2) Major composting species : Eisenia Andrei
    • 3) Minor composting species : Lombricus rebellus
    • 4) Inappropriate or useless worms species
    • 5) Identification of worms

  • D. Life cycle
    • 1) The egg
    • 2) The youth
    • 3) The adult
    • 4) The reproduction


  • E. Worms biology
    • 1) Anatomy
    • 2) Biology
    • 3) Ecology


  • F. Worms natural habitat
  • G. Worms ideal habitat, the 5 essentials requirements
    • 1) Oxygen
    • 2) Moisture
    • 3) Temperature
    • 4) pH
    • 5) Carbon/Nitrogen food ratio

  • H. Suspect and harmful materials (toxic, etc)
3. Practice
  • A. The bin
  • B. Find the worm
  • C. Preparing the bed
  • D. Feeding the worms
  • E. Getting rid of undesirable insects
  • F. Harversting the worm casting
  • G. Using the vermicompost

4. References

  • A. Practical


  • B. Theorical or Scientific