Asked in Animal Life, Worms
Do worms defecate?
They do. As worms travel along, they ingest (eat) dirt and remove some nutrients from the soil. The soil passes through their body and out the back end. This is very good for the soil because it fertilizes it as they travel. Worms are good for your garden. ...
Asked in Freshwater Aquariums
Can you feed your axolotls worms from the garden?
Yes. Live garden worms are great food for Axolotls and all fish too. - actually no. sorry person who wrote this, but worms from the garden contain parasites and this will disease your axolotl and fish. this is why you buy breed worms from the pet shop. ...
Asked in Flower Gardening
I have found a few thick green and black striped worms in MY flower garden - they have a sharp pointed spike on the tail end..what is it?
The thick green and black striped worms in a flower garden are cut worms, also called horn worms. These do not harm people but can devastate a garden. They are known for eating tremendous amounts of vegetation overnight. ...
Asked in Computer Worms, Animal Parasites, Ecosystems
How important is a worm?
Worms play a big part in keeping the soil aerated , heathy and to some extent fertilised for plants, if there are worms in the soil it usually means you can grow a good garden. If you want an improved answer to this question, type into the answers box " what do worms do to help us". ...