vermicompost

Manures vs Vermicompost - What's the difference?

manures | vermicompost |


As verbs the difference between manures and vermicompost

is that manures is (manure) while vermicompost is to employ worms to break down organic waste into soil or humus.

As a noun vermicompost is

the product of worm composting; worm castings.

Vermiculite vs Vermicompost - What's the difference?

vermiculite | vermicompost |


As nouns the difference between vermiculite and vermicompost

is that vermiculite is (mineral) a hydrated silicate mineral which expands on heating; it is used in insulation and as a medium for planting while vermicompost is the product of worm composting; worm castings.

As a verb vermicompost is

to employ worms to break down organic waste into soil or humus.

Vermicompost - What does it mean?

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Vermicompost vs Wormcast - What's the difference?

vermicompost | wormcast | see also |

Vermicompost is a see also of wormcast.


As nouns the difference between vermicompost and wormcast

is that vermicompost is the product of worm composting; worm castings while wormcast is a small pile of sand or soil, the end product of the breakdown of organic matter by an earthworm.

As a verb vermicompost

is to employ worms to break down organic waste into soil or humus.

Compost vs Vermicompost - What's the difference?

compost | vermicompost |


As nouns the difference between compost and vermicompost

is that compost is the decayed remains of organic matter that has rotted into a natural fertilizer while vermicompost is the product of worm composting; worm castings.

As verbs the difference between compost and vermicompost

is that compost is to produce compost, let organic matter decay into fertilizer while vermicompost is to employ worms to break down organic waste into soil or humus.

Vermicompost vs Wormery - What's the difference?

vermicompost | wormery |


As nouns the difference between vermicompost and wormery

is that vermicompost is the product of worm composting; worm castings while wormery is a self-contained system for producing vermicompost.

As a verb vermicompost

is to employ worms to break down organic waste into soil or humus.

Vermicast vs Vermicompost - What's the difference?

vermicast | vermicompost | Synonyms |

Vermicast is a synonym of vermicompost.


As nouns the difference between vermicast and vermicompost

is that vermicast is wormcast while vermicompost is the product of worm composting; worm castings.

As a verb vermicompost is

to employ worms to break down organic waste into soil or humus.

Castings vs Vermicompost - What's the difference?

castings | vermicompost |


As nouns the difference between castings and vermicompost

is that castings is while vermicompost is the product of worm composting; worm castings.

As a verb vermicompost is

to employ worms to break down organic waste into soil or humus.

Humus vs Vermicompost - What's the difference?

humus | vermicompost |


As nouns the difference between humus and vermicompost

is that humus is a large group of natural organic compounds, found in the soil, formed from the chemical and biological decomposition of plant and animal residues and from the synthetic activity of microorganisms or humus can be while vermicompost is the product of worm composting; worm castings.

As a verb vermicompost is

to employ worms to break down organic waste into soil or humus.

Soil vs Vermicompost - What's the difference?

soil | vermicompost |


As nouns the difference between soil and vermicompost

is that soil is (uncountable) a mixture of sand and organic material, used to support plant growth or soil can be (uncountable|euphemistic) faeces or urine etc when found on clothes or soil can be a wet or marshy place in which a boar or other such game seeks refuge when hunted while vermicompost is the product of worm composting; worm castings.

As verbs the difference between soil and vermicompost

is that soil is to make dirty or soil can be to feed, as cattle or horses, in the barn or an enclosure, with fresh grass or green food cut for them, instead of sending them out to pasture; hence (such food having the effect of purging them), to purge by feeding on green food while vermicompost is to employ worms to break down organic waste into soil or humus.

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