An earthworm© FLPA/REX/Shutterstock
You may have noticed – there are a lot of earthworms around. It’s not just a lot per spadeful or per hectare, but worms are on everyone’s lips, so to speak. I’ve been to three meetings on soils in the last year, each of which had a worm expert talking, and what they didn’t know about our little burrowing friends wasn’t worth knowing. There are different kinds of worms and they perform different functions, all useful to soil and so […]
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