i got worms

flowerbug

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That is very interestingly disgusting... but i know how important worms are for planting.. keep it up.. not a lot of people know how to handle those little critters.

i don't find them disgusting, i think they're very interesting.

how many larger creatures do you know of where their poop smells good?

such big results from such tiny animals. a lot of other animals eat them.
 

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wow wow worms!

when I was a kid, my Mom told me not to handle these worms as they might enter me through my fingers or anywhere.
Luckily, it did not happen.

Now that I like gardening and when i repot, I see these worms and let them be.

You are brave!
Thanks for sharing! :thumbsup
With their soil operation, soil worms provide many benefits: improved supply of nutrients, better drainage and a more stable soil structure, all of which help to improve farm productivity. Worms feed on plant debris (dead stems, leaves, hay, manure) and soil.
 
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