Pure European Nightcrawler Composting Worms

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European Nightcrawlers are valued for their adaptability, thriving in various climates and effectively reducing waste. These hardy worms are notable for their cold tolerance and versatility in outdoor composting. 

Though their decomposition rate is slower than Red Wigglers, they still effectively process diverse organic waste. Their nutrient-rich castings enrich soil, boosting plant health. European Nightcrawlers prefer 70° to 80°F climates but tolerate 45° to 90°F.

Quantity: Standard
Amount: 1/2 lb
How many worms do I need?

You need 1 lb of worms per square foot surface area of your compost.

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The Highest-Quality Worms

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Excellent Aeration

European Nightcrawlers are excellent burrowers. They create extensive tunnels as they move through the compost and soil, enhancing aeration. This burrowing action facilitates the flow of air and water through the compost and soil layers, promoting the health of plants and other soil organisms. It also helps in preventing soil compaction, encouraging robust root development and growth.

Enhanced Decomposition

These worms have a hearty appetite and contribute significantly to the decomposition of organic materials in the compost. They help break down tougher, more fibrous waste into finer particles, accelerating the composting process. The castings they leave behind are rich in nutrients and beneficial microbes, improving the fertility and quality of the compost.

Environment Versatility

European Nightcrawlers are adaptable and can thrive in a variety of environmental conditions. They are resilient to changes in temperature and moisture levels, making them a reliable choice for composting in different climates and seasons. Their adaptability ensures consistent composting action throughout the year, providing a steady supply of high-quality compost.

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