Facebook Anphu Twitter Anphu Youtube Anphu In Anphu Google Anphu

Role of earthworm on earth.

21-01-2017 Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

Earthworms are recognised as an effective and environmentally sound method of increasing the rate

Earthworm production systems involving waste management are evolving and are in the growth phase where emphasis is upon marketing, inoculum and vermicast. As the industry matures there will be a need to change the marketing emphasis from “the worm as an inoculum” to “the worm as a value-added marketable product”. Very large quantities of worm products will be available if production systems are designed and managed appropriately.

The integration of waste utilisation with the production of high quality commercial products is an attractive concept and provides real opportunities to the earthworm industry and agricultural processing industries which face increasing waste management issues. This would be a major and sustainable contribution to both urban and rural environmental management. There is thus considerable scope to develop technologies to assist the development of the earthworm industry.

While Australian rural industries are typically based more on an individualistic rather than on active cooperation and coordination approaches, there are a number of instances where a particular industry or section of an industry has adopted a successful collaborative approach to the export or domestic marketing of their produce.

This project aimed to deliver technologies to underpin the development of an earthworm industry which has a range of products including ‘value-added’ worm meal products.

Read more: usefulofworm

Rate this post

Leave a Reply

Be the First to Comment!

Notify of
avatar
wpDiscuz

FEATURED ARTICLE

  • Ngày đăng : 21-01-2017 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Effective of Earthworm

    Effect of earthworms as replacement for trash fish and rice field prawns on growth and survival rate of marble goby (Oxyeleotris marmoratus) and Tra catfish (Pangasius hypophthalmus)Nguyen Huu Yen Nhi, T R Preston*, Brian Ogle** and Torbjorn Lundh** An Giang University, 25 Vo Thi Sau St., Long Xuyen City, Vietnam nhynhi@agu.edu.vn * TOSOLY, AA 48 Socorro, Colombia. ** Department of Animal Nutrition and Management, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, P.O. Box 7024, 750 07, Uppsala, Sweden. Abstract Two experiments were carried out in the research farm of An Giang University.
    Read more ...
  • Ngày đăng : 20-12-2018 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    What earthworm can not eat?

    If you’re looking for another reason to eat fresh and eat healthy, this may be it! Worms can eat pretty much any organic matter that was once living, which encompasses a lot of healthy food such as fruits, vegetables and grains! That’s a pretty good incentive to buy fruits and vegetables more often. Not only is it great for your health, it provides food for your small wiggly friends as well. One small problem some people run into is not having the appropriate food for their worms and trying to feed them food scraps on the non-approved list! If your eating habits include more processed food th
    Read more ...
  • Ngày đăng : 21-01-2017 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Including Earthworm in Organic Poultry Diets

    Introduction It is common for free-range chickens to consume earthworms. Earthworms are very efficient at converting plant and animal wastes into biomass that can be used as a feed ingredient in animal production: a ton of animal wastes will produce about 100 kg of worms (Edwards, 1985). Earthworms are a good quality protein for use in animal feeds, but the practical use of earthworm meal is influenced by economics. Technology is available for large-scale production of earthworms, but separating the earthworms from the organic wastes in which they are growing is labor intensive, thus
    Read more ...
  • Ngày đăng : 21-01-2017 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Earthworm And Maggot Meals As A Potential Fish Meal Replacement

    Earthworm And Maggot Meals As A Potential Fish Meal Replacement Three meals were formulated from the earthworm (Endrilus eugineae) and maggot (Musca domestica) and fish (Engraulis encrosicolus). These meals were evaluated as a potential replacement for fishmeal. This is because fishmeal could be very expensive at times. The three meals were used in feeding the catfish (Heterobranchus isopterus) fry for 30 days. Read
    Read more ...
  • Ngày đăng : 21-01-2017 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Formulating fish feed using earthworms as a protein source

    Formulated feeds are complete feeds which supply all the nutrients necessary for optimal growth and health of the fish in culture practices. In many areas of the world protein sources are scarce and for formulating aquafeeds earthworms as a protein source might provide an alternative to common used raw materials.Earthworm: Good nutrition in an animal production system is essential to economically produce a healthy, high quality product. Nutrition is critical because it represents 40% to 50% of operational and production cost. Fish nutrition has advanced dramatically in recent
    Read more ...
  • Ngày đăng : 21-01-2017 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Earthworm For Marble GobyFish and Catfish

    Utilization of earthworms (Perionyx excavatus) as a protein source for growing fingerling marble goby (Oxyeleotris marmoratus) and tra catfish (Pangasius hypophthalmus) Nguyen Huu Yen Nhi Faculty of Agricultural and Natural resource, An Giang University, Long Xuyen City, Vietnam nhynhi@agu.edu.vn Literature review Biological characteristics and feeding behavior of two fish species There are many reports on the effects of various animal wastes on growth and reproduction of earthworms. According to Chaudhuri and Gautam Bhattacharjee (2002), biomass production and reproduction of the
    Read more ...
  • Ngày đăng : 19-01-2017 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    The Miracle of Promin & Proworm

    PROMIN a successor product, a combination of enzymatic hydrolysis technology and organic fertilizer from earthworm has been created a natural organic nutrition product in which the amino acid elements and bacteria strians refined profitably. Meanwhile, PROWORM, a product of earthworm breeding process that required daily care and combined with EM during that period which made of a product with rich nutrition organic fertilizer and necessary micro-organisms During the past years, due to the habit of using chemicals and antibiotics freely, along with farming with high density that caused
    Read more ...
  • Ngày đăng : 17-01-2019 Người đăng : Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd - Solution for organic agriculture

    Red Wigglers – King of Compost Worm

    Red Wigglers (Eisenia Fetida), the king of composting worms, are the most popular and versatile of the composting worms. They need 3 things to thrive on breaking down your organic material: Air, Water and Temperature. Provided a good environment, they can eat 50 to 100% of their weight in food a day and produce three cocoons a week. Each cocoon can produce 1 to 5 baby worms. Red Wigglers (Eisenia Fetida) are called a lot of names Redworms, Tiger Worms, Manure Worms and Compost Worms. These worms are the most common composting worm on the market. They also are the smallest compost worm on the
    Read more ...

Anphu Earthworm Co., Ltd – Solution for organic agriculture

Design by: Trung Đan