Earthworms are important for soil fertility and sustaining agriculture. They play an important role in the creation of healthy, productive soils. Basically, earthworm feeding and burrowing activities incorporate organic residues and amendments into the soil, enhancing decomposition, humus formation, nutrient cycling, and soil structural development. Earthworm burrows persist as macropores which provide low resistance channels for root growth, water infiltration, and gas exchange. NOTE = PRICE INCLUDES SHIPPING AND HANDLING.
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