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compost and fishing worm

  • Subject: [cg] compost and fishing worm
  • From: JSBMH2@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 14 Jun 2004 13:47:15 EDT

Hi Sharon,
While the red wiggler is the popular worm for composting, most of us who have been doing it for a while know that the European Night Crawler is equally good at composting and has the advantage of being larger thus serving double duty as a great fishing worm.  I raise both of them and their care is exactly the same.
If you are interested I can send you Kelly Slocums vermicomposting 101 as an attached file (used with permission).
All the best,
John Herndon
Community Youth Outreach
Umoja Healing Acres
Norman, OK

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