Project #1

  • Date: 12 September, 2020
  • Client: Organic Farmers
  • Category: Agriculture
  • Service: Vermicomposting

Vermicomposting Project

Vermicompost is organic waste that has been transformed into manure by worms. Vermicomposting can be done for personal usage, supplemental income, or business purposes. This project is aimed at providing alternatives to commercial agrochemicals which are harmful to human, animal and environmental health. The study focuses on value composting using worms to create a heap of sustainable compost manure.

This is a conservation project the targeting all farmers in Kenya. We have built a training centre in Nyandarua where we extensively educate farmers and sell vermicopmosting worms. Our training services are mobile and affordable all over the country.

Challenges this project aims to solve

This project aims to address Unemployment, Nuisance landfill waste, High cost of fertilizers, and Climate change. Some of the solutions that this project aims to provide are, but not limited to:

  • Provide a source of income
  • Converting waste to manure
  • Provide a cheaper alternative for soil enrichment
  • Reduced carbon footprint.

Project #2

  • Date: 12 Septemeber, 2020
  • Client: Organic Farmers
  • Category: Agriculture
  • Service: Black Soldier Fly

Black Soldier Fly Project

Waste is composted or converted into animal feed using black soldier fly larvae (BSFL). Fresh manure and food wastes of both animal and vegetable origin are among the wastes. Fly larvae are among the most effective converters of biomass into feed.

In some areas, local soldier flies can be employed to start or maintain appropriate larval colonies; however, pest species such as houseflies and blowflies are attracted to many of the items used to attract soldier flies.

Facts about this project

The biggest challenge is acquiring black soldier fly larvae or eggs to begin or replenish the colony. This is commonly accomplished by luring soldier flies to deposit eggs in tiny holes above the grub bin. Adult flies deposit egg clusters around the margins of corrugated cardboard or plastic. Black soldier flies are beneficial in the following ways:

  • Quickly minimize the amount and weight of potential waste:
  • They are not attracted to human habitation or foods
  • Do not spread diseases as they do not regurgitate food like houseflies.

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