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 Post subject: Re: Worms in Grow Beds
PostPosted: Oct 30th, '17, 23:21 
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 Post subject: Re: Worms in Grow Beds
PostPosted: Oct 31st, '17, 11:28 
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Thanks for the offer Oshog!!

If I were in the States I would have gladly received them from you

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Still don't know how my worms were introduced to the system. Gland they were. 1 year operating and have abundant worm population. They are small and plentiful.

Kind of fun to dig a worm up... put it on a hook and catch a tilapia. The kids and adults love it.

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did you get some worms - gathered that Mr D was offering to drop some off. ?
You only really need a couple - they will do the rest.

" Earthworms are simultaneous hermaphrodites, meaning worms have both male and female reproductive organs. During sexual intercourse among earthworms, both sets of sex organs are used by both worms. If all goes well, the eggs of both of the mates become fertilized."

talk about covering all bases... some real worm porn here... https://wormlady.com/?page_id=11

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PostPosted: Nov 5th, '17, 00:29 
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Sorry Mike, I did keep an eye out for your reply for a little while that afternoon, but I was flat out at the shop, I was going on holidays early the following morning and had a 50th to go to that night, so probs logged out so I could get stuff done... I've still got my rear end hanging out, but if I remember I'll drop some off one night this week.

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Hey no probs at all MD......no rush on the worms buddy!

I modified my little system only a week ago to eliminate the swirl filter and now have the water from the FT straight to the GB so I can get the residue from the fish into the GB. Just want to get some worms in to breakdown the residue and the small amount of roots when pulling out lettuces and bok choys etc

Darren..........interesting and entertaining comments about the sex of worms ha ha!

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