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The burrows of worms can provide 5-11 times more nitrogen, phosphorus, and potassium than surrounding soils.
Worm compost increases the benficial micro-organisms and plant growth horomones compared to regular compost!
There are over 4400 known terrestrial worm species in the world
The common name for a composting worm in North America is Red Wiggler
Worms are not indigenous in Colorado
Humans have been using worms for at least 2000 years in China for pharmaceutical preparations
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