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We have worms in the garden finally! ( all over the acreage)

 
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We bought a pretty trashed piece of property in NE Texas. Prior owner threw garbage anywhere he felt like it, sprayed lots herbicides, and pesticides. The only bugs we ran across were fire ants and hornets. We have been here two years and a couple weeks ago I ran across a earth worm, a giant night crawler type worm that brought tears to my eyes. Since that first discovery now I am running across them in many places. Worms are a very exciting thing and I am posting this at permies because you guys understand my excitement for a damn worm!
 
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Diana -

Yes, we do!
Yayayayayayayayayayyyayayay!!! and Congrats!!!

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