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There is no doubt that the garden and the bluegills love some worms. You know who else loves worms, that little egg factory outback. Chickens go crazy for worms. I am always impressed at those birds ability to navigate and hunt worms that are unseen by the human eye. With all the benefits of worms and what they do for us. There is only one question and that is how to get more worms for all their uses. This article will go into a process called vermiculture and how you can adopt it.
Did I mention that worms can also expedite your composting process? Well, an army of hungry worms can do a lot of things and you would be surprised if you knew just how easy it was to start building that army today! In fact, you can even do it right inside your garden!