Righi, 1979, studied in Argentina and Brazil; in 1984-1989, Colombia mentioned the use of earthworms and in 1991, he introduced the hybrid Eisenia foetida Sav., known as Californian Red worm. Caves, (1985), cultivated in Cuba. In Peru in 1987 various enterprises institutions put into practice this biotechnology. In 1988 were found other species of e. foetida through the dedication of other researchers; with a capacity exceeding in the attainment of humus traditional e.

foetida Sav. In Costa Rica, the National University, established the first crops of the species e. foetida Sav., using it in excreta of animals, household waste and coffee pulp; researchers such as lion, 1992, Gonzales, 1994 and friar, 1994. In Honduras through the Honduran coffee Institute, was introduced in October 1993, the hybrid e. foetida Sav., by the engineer Carlos Roberto Pineda; who brought it from Colombia; with the purpose of use in the transformation of compost coffee pulp and mitigate environmental impact. Sharqyah, (1993), mentions the Vermiculture in Nicaragua and probably in these same years was introduced to the rest of the countries of Central America, as an alternative to the large masses of organic waste recycling.

The Vermiculture in Venezuela began gradually by the Andean States, has been spreading by the vast majority of the country. In 1979 the Corporacion Venezolana de Guayana (CVG), remote control train several technicians. Which began work on the island of Guara, Monagas state, where attending producers and the Delta Amacuro State students receive chat Vermiculture techniques. The Corporacion Venezolana de Guayana through the Vice-Presidency of agricultural and agro-industrial development, more specifically the technical support Department and the Centre of agricultural research and production (C.I.P.A.) Hato Gil Guayana have developed programmes to guide, teach and train farmers in the Guayana Region, comprising: Bolivar State, Amazonas, Delta Amacuro, South of Monagas state, South of the Anzoategui State and part of the State of Apure, in the handling and use of Vermiculture and purely organic products, agricultural, vegetable farms and animals. Recommendations: Encourage producers and producers agricultural use of Vermiculture as handling agroecological manure and agricultural waste to obtain bio-fertilizers and minor species, in order to use them on guara Island estates, municipality: Uracoa, State: Monagas. Create awareness of current environmental impact, and relate your environment with this problem. Inform them about some of the accessible ways to contribute with the improvement of its environment. Demonstrate the use of the culture, in order to induce the use of these techniques for the agro-ecological improvement of its environment.