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Poop From Invasive 'Crazy Worms' Is Altering Midwest Soil

Protozoa, Amoeba, Pin Worms?
Hulda Clark Cleanses

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Published: 27 months ago

Poop From Invasive 'Crazy Worms' Is Altering Midwest Soil

Scientists found that the poop-balls produced by invasive Asian jumping worms are packed with nutrients that can’t be easily accessed by plants native to the Midwest US.

"These worms are an invasive species everywhere outside of their native habitats," Wempner said "The impacts their invasion will have in the future are relatively unexplored."

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