SPECIAL REPORT: Yuma’s organic worm farm

In a special report News 11 reporter Melissa Zaremba shares how using earthworms will benefit our local soil

YUMA, Ariz. (KYMA, KECY-TV) – The first organic worm farm is coming to Yuma, where they will take local organic waste and process it through earthworms.

Our local worm farm wants the community to know you don’t need fertilizer to successfully grow.

All you really need is worms and a healthy environment.

“And if we can recreate that same scenario and just be a steward of it. Magic happens. So that’s what we’re after,” said local worm farmer David Marchuk.

DMF Living Soils is making a 20-acre local worm farm to breed and harvest worms.

Their goal is to turn dirt into soil with the help of these crawlers.

Tune in tomorrow on News 11 where our very own reporter Melissa Zaremba shares how using earthworms will benefit our local soil.

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