"The worms crawl in and the worms crawl out..."
Worms seem to be the natural result of composting.
Whenever I dig out some compost from the bottom of the bin to use in the garden, it looks like it is alive - almost more worms than dirt.
So the idea that you would need more worms - or more worm poo, as it were - seems a little redundant.
That was true for Jennifer Jewell of Redding, Calif., too. She writes for Food for Thought: anewscafe.com, and reports that she had a conversion experience while listening to composting expert Ward Habriel talk.
Read more here on the benefits of using worm castings in your garden. You, too, can get past the "yuck factor."
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