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Earthworm definition, any one of numerous annelid worms that burrow in soil and feed on soil nutrients and decaying organic matter. See more.

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DID YOU KNOW……. EARTHWORMS
Earthworms can produce more compost, in a shorter time, than any other method. Worm castings (the odorless excrement of the earth worm) in the soil are five ...
Garden Good Guys – Earthworms
of the world” said Charles Darwin of the earthworm. More descriptive perhaps, Aristotle called worms the “guts of the earth.” In either case, it is apparent that ...
Over Hill, Over Dale: Earthworms in the Lawn - Utah State University ...
Horticulture/Turfgrass/2012-01. Over Hill, Over Dale: Earthworms in the Lawn. Kelly Kopp and Mark Nelson.
Agricultural Management Effects on Earthworm Populations
Earthworm Populations. Introduction: Earthworm habits and their effects on soil. Many people consider earthworms to be an indicator of soil quality because they.
Raising Earthworms Successfully - Biological and Agricultural ...
Raising Earthworms Successfully. Prepared by: Rhonda Sherman. Extension Solid Waste Specialist.

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The Benefits of Earthworms and How to Attract Them
In many ways, earthworms are a litmus test for soil fertility. Anyone who farms or gardens should be awed by these fertility facilitators. Several icons in the sustainability movement have been students of the lowly earthworm — Sir Albert Howard, J.
What killed Earthworm Jim?
The first few minutes of Earthworm Jim are an indecipherable mess of game logic. You have a gun but you can also use your own body as a whip, which you might need to either attack enemies or reach higher platforms. You have a few types of gun but ammo ...
What are earthworm castings? And how do you use them
1 recommendation was to use earthworm castings. Above everything else, the expensive fertilizers, bags upon bags of amendments, the earthworm castings made the most impactful change. Their vegetable patch provides fresh produce to the restaurant ...
The first European earthworm map is drawn
Despite the abundance of earthworms in soils all around the world, there is a lack of information concerning the geographical distribution of many lumbricid species. Researchers from eight European countries have collected information on earthworm ...
Is the Earthworm Native to the United States and More Questions From Readers
Earthworms are native to the United States, says Melissa McCormick, ecologist at the Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, but the earthworms in some northern parts of the country (including Vermont) aren't indigenous. Thousands of years ago, ...

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Earthworm - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An earthworm is a tube-shaped, segmented worm found in the phylum Annelida. Earthworms are commonly found living in soil, feeding on live and dead ...
10 Interesting Facts About Earthworms - EcoWatch
Mar 8, 2014 Of the more than 180 earthworm species found in the U.S. and Canada, 60 are invasive species, brought over from the Old World, including the ...
Earthworm - National Geographic Kids
Although native to Europe, earthworms are found throughout North America and western Asia. They do not live in deserts or regions where there is permafrost or ...
Common Earthworms, Common Earthworm Pictures, Common ...
The reddish-gray-colored common earthworm, often called a night crawler in the United States, is familiar to anyone with a fishing rod or a garden. They are ...
earthworm
The two most common species of earthworms in Northern Virginia are the Common Earthworm, or "nightcrawler" (Lumbricus terrestris) and the Red Earthworm ...

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