Compost heap worms

Compost heap worms

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Caption: Compost heap worms. Red wriggler worms (Eisenia foetida), one of the most common species used in composting. Composting involves using the action of worms and microbes to break down organic waste, creating a useful organic fertilizer.

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Keywords: animal, annelid worm, annelida, compost, composting, decay, decaying, eisenia foetida, environmentally friendly, environmentally friendly green, gardening, green, heap, invertebrate, invertebrates, nature, recycling, slime, slimy, sustainable, vermicompost, waste disposal, wildlife, zoology

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