More Praise for Earthworms

Posted by on May 5, 2006 in Worms | 1 comment

“Where there’s a healthy earthworm population, there will be 1000 miles of burrows per acre, she continues.

“Fields with earthworm tunnels absorb water at a rate of 4-10 times that of fields without worm tunnels.”

Worms also act as a biological filter, she maintains.

“They line their burrows with mucus which absorbs any pollutants, such as nitrates and pesticides, which are in the water. “

Earthworms help prevent erosion

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  1. Earthworms are lifesavers. They preserve the soil and eliminate toxins.