Many species of worms are decomposers; they break down dead plants and animals to return nutrients to the soil.
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May 13, 2014 ... http://RamonasBasilGarden.com Ramona is interviewing a Worm Farmer, Jerry
Schiller. He's explaining what do worms eat.
To feed the worms, place the food under the newspaper in a different part of the
... Worms need to adjust to their new home and new foods so do not overfeed ...
Q. What do earthworms eat? A. Earthworms eat dirt! Their nutrition comes from
things in soil, such as decaying roots and leaves. Animal manures are an ...
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When you look at a worm you can be forgiven for not knowing which end is which
. However, and as you would expect, one end is definitely the head and for this ...
So I can only eat very tiny things like bacteria, fungi and protozoa which you
couldn't see ... Since I have no teeth, I cannot really chew my food like you do. I
Worm Deli. Mmm..Mmm..Meal time Now comes the part I like the best—FOOD! I
spend most of my time eating and believe it or not I love vegetables and fruits.
Stale bread, apple cores, lettuce trimmings, coffee grounds, and non-greasy
leftovers are just some of the foods we usually discard that worms love. Do Feed
So, what do composting worms eat? Worms eat tiny, invisible, bacteria that feed
on the food scraps that you add to your vermicomposting bin. The worms also ...