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Earthworms, the most valuable animals in the world

Effect of earthworm on soil

People say that earthworms are "contributors" to soil improvement, which is true at all. Earthworms dig up the soil, loosen it, and make it easy for air and water to reach the roots of plants. The caves and passages dug by earthworms contribute to the rapid drainage of the soil. In recent years, farmers in some countries have implemented the "no-tillage method". They use the method of greatly increasing the number of earthworms in the soil to replace mechanical tillage, which not only saves manpower and material resources, but also improves the soil. Earthworms make a great contribution to plant growth. Earthworms live longitudinally in the soil and eat upside down, swallowing organic matter equal to their own weight every day, about half of which is excreted on the ground as feces. According to the detection of earthmanure by the Fertilizer quality Inspection Center of the Ministry of Agriculture and other units, earthworm manure contains 1.4%, 1% and 1% respectively, 46% humic acid, 23 amino acids and rich earthworm protease. Each gram of earthworm manure has 105 × 8 beneficial microorganisms (only 105-106 in aged soil), and has the characteristics of uniform particles, air permeability and water conservation, tasteless sanitation, long-lasting fertilizer effect and so on. 85% of the earthworm manure containing water is exposed to the sun for 15 days in the extreme heat, and the water content at the depth of 20 cm is still 45%, which greatly enhances the drought resistance of the soil. Earthworm enzymes in earthworm manure can also kill viruses, harmful bacteria and substances that inhibit plant growth in soil. Earthworm dung is an ideal natural biological fertilizer. In addition, earthworms can also degrade and evacuate pollutants in the soil. Due to sewage irrigation, pollution dust deposition, soil pollution, and earthworms can absorb and decompose pollutants in the habitat environment, such as organic pesticides, heavy metals, radioactive substances and so on. Some foreign factories have built tall earthworm manure air purification towers through which poisonous and malodorous gases can detoxify and deodorize. In the United States, research is being done on the use of earthworms to purify municipal sewage and turn it into clean water that flows back into the river.

Living environment of earthworms

In spring and summer, people often find many small curly mounds on the wet ground, which is the feces discharged by earthworms. When you pick up these mounds, people will see that earthworms really live in the crisscross underground tunnels. Although the earthworm is small, it uses its own hard work to improve the soil and create a good growth environment for crops. Therefore, it is praised as an expert in soil improvement.

Earthworms are animals that live in soil and are very sensitive to the surrounding environment. They are suitable for living in loose soil with a humidity of 60% to 70% and a pH value of 6.5% to 7.5 at 15 ℃ ~ 28 ℃. They will climb out and escape when the conditions are not right.

Earthworms feed on the detritus of animals and plants in the soil and often drill holes in the ground to loosen the soil, making it easy for water and fertilizer to enter and improve soil fertility, which is conducive to the growth of plants.

Earthworms are decomposers, which can decompose the organic waste produced by human beings and turn them into substances for plants and other uses. So if there are earthworms in the yard, growing vegetables or flowers will grow better. At the same time, human activities will provide earthworms with a certain source of energy, such as food. However, human pollution of soil and water will cause great harm to the living environment of earthworms and threaten the lives of earthworms.

Nowadays, earthworms are seldom seen in many farmland due to various soil problems. Imagine how ironic it would be for earthworms to become national treasure animals like "pandas" in a few years' time.

Ginnar complex enzyme

Jinnar compound enzyme is a high-tech soil improvement product rich in biological enzymes, acetylcholinase, amino acids and so on, which is produced by biological enzyme bridging technology with earthworm extract as the core.

1. Improve the structure: quickly restore the soil aggregate structure in the form of bond bridge, break the soil consolidation, reduce the soil bulk density, improve the coordination ability of soil water, air, heat, fertilizer and other factors, and improve the crop growth environment.

2. Recovery activity: enhance soil enzyme power, stimulate the rapid propagation of soil beneficial microflora, enhance the ability of soil metabolism, improve the competitiveness of beneficial microflora, inhibit pathogens, reduce soil-borne diseases and reduce pesticide input.

3. Improve fertilizer efficiency: improve the transformation conditions of soil organic matter, improve soil fertility, fix nitrogen, dissolve phosphorus and potassium, increase fertilizer use efficiency by 30% to 50%, reduce chemical fertilizer input, and improve crop quality.

4. Soil purification: special composite adsorption technology can be used to passivate the adsorption of soil toxins so as to reduce the migration and bioavailability of soil toxins.


This product can be used reasonably with all kinds of compound fertilizers, chemical fertilizers, organic fertilizers and biological fertilizers. It is suggested that the proportion is 1 / 4, and the specific dosage should be determined according to the actual local soil conditions and the needs of crops.

The effect of soil improvement is better when it is used continuously for many years.