Vermicomposting research paper

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22) The Potential of Earthworms Produced from Organic Wastes in Production of Pharmaceuticals

The most common worms used in composting systems, redworms ( Eisenia foetida , Eisenia andrei , and Lumbricus rubellus ) feed most rapidly at temperatures of 15–25 °C (59-77 °F). They can survive at 10 °C (50 °F). Temperatures above 30 °C (86 °F) may harm them. [21] This temperature range means that indoor vermicomposting with redworms is possible in all but tropical climates. [22] Other worms like Perionyx excavatus are suitable for warmer climates. [23] If a worm bin is kept outside, it should be placed in a sheltered position away from direct sunlight and insulated against frost in winter.

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22) The Potential of Earthworms Produced from Organic Wastes in Production of Pharmaceuticals

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The most common worms used in composting systems, redworms ( Eisenia foetida , Eisenia andrei , and Lumbricus rubellus ) feed most rapidly at temperatures of 15–25 °C (59-77 °F). They can survive at 10 °C (50 °F). Temperatures above 30 °C (86 °F) may harm them. [21] This temperature range means that indoor vermicomposting with redworms is possible in all but tropical climates. [22] Other worms like Perionyx excavatus are suitable for warmer climates. [23] If a worm bin is kept outside, it should be placed in a sheltered position away from direct sunlight and insulated against frost in winter.

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