Farmer earns from rearing red worms for organic manure

Peter Kanyagia a former accountant is earning upto Sh100,000 every three month rearing and breeding red worms which are in demand by farmers in organic farming who use them to create manure used to grow organic crops.

The process of putting worms in the farms dubbed vermicomposting involves[...]


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