You can feed the worms organic kitchen scraps, which they will eat and convert to worm castings (worm poop). Worm castings are full of nutrients and beneficial microbiology and act as a natural fertilizer and pro biotic for your garden.
Mycelium is how fungus absorbs nutrients from its environment, and it has many benefits to the earth.
It decomposes plant material and organic waste, improves the efficiency of water and nutrient absorption of most plants and confers resistance to some plant pathogens.
It can act as a biological filter, removing chemicals from soil and water.
They create a microclimate, allowing plants to be started earlier in the spring and last longer in the fall. Some cold-hardy plants can survive for a late fall or winter harvest.
This is a great example of observing nature and mimicking a system developed successfully over thousands of years.
Every system has a number of Needs (input) and Yields (output). By combining these in an innovative way, we build complexity and quality into your ecosystem.
The example of a chicken tractor over a garden, where the chickens clean up pests and fertilize soil and are provided food by the garden creating symbiosis.