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Old February 20, 2017   #10
Jimbotomateo
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Originally Posted by habitat_gardener View Post
THe worms that live in compost are the same ones that live in mulch. = redworms

THe worms that you find when you turn soil are most likely earthworms -- they have a more muscular look and are larger than redworms. They're the ones that live deeper in the soil and create channels in the soil.
Thanks habby I had no idea.. The pile has grass, weeds, mater plants and occasionally I throw some ground soil on it.
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