Redworms eat and burrow twenty four hours a day aerating the soil, getting oxygen to the roots, allowing for easier root growth and improving water retention. Redworms are a natural tie-in for cold composting. Redworms help keep the soil loose and consume ordinary soil and cast it back with more nutrients available to plants. The castings release nutrients slowly and do not leach out with watering. Just as important, earthworms are one of the most effective agents for loosening and aerating the soil. Worms can survive temperatures between 38 and 95 degrees. Ideal reproduction temperatures are 70-80 degrees fahrenheit. There are 1000 - 1200 worms in a pound. One pound of Redworms can consume 1/2 to 1 lb of organic matter per day. Redworms Ship On Mondays or Tuesdays of the Following Week. Be Advised Weather Conditions May Delay Shipment.
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