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Worms are a Herd Insect

Worms are a Herd Insect
If ants and bees are social insects and praying mantis territorial predators, then I propose composting worms be categorized as a herd insect. In t...

Other Uses of Worms Beyond Farming and Composting

Other Uses of Worms Beyond Farming and Composting
Worms can change the world, in a very literal sense. The most popular and well known education about red worms is that they canĀ eat organic waste a...

The Truth About Coffee Grounds and Worms

The Truth About Coffee Grounds and Worms
Have you ever wondered what happens to the coffee grounds after you make or buy your morning cup of coffee? Like most of us, the thought may have n...

11 Thanksgiving Foods Worms Love

11 Thanksgiving Foods Worms Love
Red worms and other composting worms love Thanksgiving food and leftovers. But like you, they have their favorites. Nature's Little Recyclers has c...

Ask the Worm Guys: Pesticides and Increasing Worm Population

Ask the Worm Guys: Pesticides and Increasing Worm Population
Here's a question we received from one of our friends. "I would like to know how to increase my worm population, and does it matter if the worms ar...

11 Facts About Worms and Vermicomposting

Food for Compost
Composting worms can eat food waste and create a compost from their own bodies. Red worms are the most popular worm for composting, and the reason...

Worm Reproduction and Development

Earthworm
Reproduction Reproduction dictates survival of a species. Organisms like worms, which provide food for many others, must reproduce ample offspring ...