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WANTED: Wanted: composting worms

Posted by phoenix7801 8b (My Page) on
Fri, Oct 19, 12 at 21:02

I'm look to see if anyone has an composting worms they can let me have. I used to have an active setup but I think they got too dry on me. I don't have very much to trade but I have a bunny ears cacti and I'm pretty good at making cactus soil. Thanks a bunch folks!


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: composting worms

I'm a little late with my post, but I do have red worms for composting.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: composting worms

Hey Biggardener! Im sorry im a bit late with my response. My phone is not letting me login to here. I was wondering if you still have composting worms to offer. I can drive anywhere within san antonio to get them.

Thank You,

Joey G.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: composting worms

Hey There,
If you still have composting worms, I'd be interested. I have cactus to trade or brownies. I make really good brownies. :)
Kris


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: composting worms

Anyone still offering worms in essay? Just baked a turkey. I make killer turkey ;)


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: composting worms

This post has gotten old and the gentleman never replied back. On another note Wally world sales large redworms (eisenia hortensis) that work also albeit at a slower reproductive pace. Might have to get some


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: composting worms

  • Posted by babesy Zone 7 North Texas (My Page) on
    Thu, Apr 25, 13 at 18:11

Where in Wal-Mart do you find worms?


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: composting worms

You find worms in the sporting goods department at Walmart. They usually have a refrigerator close to the cash register in that department that is full of boxes of red worms and night crawlers.


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RE: WANTED: Wanted: composting worms

The ones labeled European nightcrawlers or eisenia hortensis are the ones you want.


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