Why You Should Have Redworms In Your Garden

There are many reasons to have redworms in your garden, composting bin or for fishing. Redworms work 24 hours a day, for a mere bit of food and water. Redworms produce beautiful castings (fertilizer) and little capsules with new babies in them. Redworms adapt well to most climates and are a valuable asset to any composting system or garden, be it vegetables, plants, grains or flowers. Worms are natures natural fertilizing systems and God or mother nature, whom ever you choose, knows best! The primary tasks of the Redworm are (1) Aerating the soil  which helps plants roots and moisture…