Worms

Discussion in 'Gardening' started by Duncan, May 13, 2004.

  1. Duncan

    Duncan Senior Member Lifetime Supporter

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    Greetings,

    I live in an area of southern California that was very rich in agriculture. We've got some magnificent fruit trees to prove it. One thing that the soil terribly lacks, however, are worms. I tried my hand at composting and it really didn't take off until I added some worms.

    I've lost the address of the vendor I used (in Washington state!) and am open to suggestions here. Anyone use a worm company?
     
  2. poor_old_dad

    poor_old_dad Senior Member

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  3. meangreen

    meangreen Senior Member

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    It takes a considerable time for organic matter to begin breaking down!A reliable source for worm cacoons and bins can be found at www.wormsway.com
     
  4. poor_old_dad

    poor_old_dad Senior Member

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    Yea, I forgot about Wormsway. They're great.
     

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