What is earthworm soil

Introduction to Earthworm

The color of the earthworm soil is black, yellow, red, and the particles are relatively uniform. It is a fine -like substance with natural soil flavor, which has good holes and high water holdings.

Earthworm soil component

Earthworm soil is a pure natural group -grained substance with 18 amino acids. The nitrogen, nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium of earthworm soil is very high. The necessary trace elements of plant growth, such as iron, manganese, copper, zinc, boron, etc., are also quite complete. In addition, earthworm soil also contains a variety of plant growth regulators, such as cytotate, gibbererin, and cell division.

Earthworm Earth Features


First, the water permeability and breathability of earthworm soil are good;

Second, the fertilizer effect of earthworm soil is sufficient and comprehensive nutrients;

The third is that earthworm soil contains a large number of anti -microorganisms, which can loose soil and make the soil not set;

Fourth, the porous structural adsorption force of earthworm soil is extremely adsorbed, which can adsorb the formaldehyde, benzene, and volatile harmful compounds in the indoor indoor.


Earthworm soil may have parasites or earthworm eggs, and a large number of small earthworms will appear. Earthworms will eat the root system of plants and affect plant growth.

Earthworm soil applicable plants

Earthworm manure can be used to plant succulents, various flowers, vegetables, crops, etc., providing the nutrients required for their growth. The earthworm soil contains the growth of peppercorns and tomatoes.

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