The research aims to find out how well the worms break down the old waste to create food for the bacteria and plants in the soil simulant compound and pig manure or manure. Several flowering plants were grown in several pots of this mixture, and the adult worms were combined.
When these worms consume organic matter, they also eat the soil. As there is not much wear and tear on the Martian terrain, the sharp edges on its terrain do not wear out and can cause damage to the worms, according to the statement. The presence of heavy metals in Martian soil could also be a long-term problem for worms, which would require longer experiments to properly address it, the researchers said.
The cultures were investigated to detect heavy metals and also alkaloids to check their safety for human consumption. After passing these experiments, we organized a dinner based on the crops harvested for the people who supported our analysis through the crowdfunding campaign.