All About Worms

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All About Worms2017-03-11T14:03:07+00:00
This is what a baby worm looks like.

Ever wonder what a baby worm looks like? When they first hatch, they look like white threads. The baby in this picture is a couple weeks old and about a half inch long. It has already developed a nice maroon color, which lets us know it is healthy.

Welcome to the All Natural Worm Castings information hub! We are building a knowledge base to educate fellow worm enthusiasts and gardeners in West Georgia and across the country about worms themselves, caring for worms, and using a wide variety of worm products. If you have any questions about topics related to worms, composting, or organic gardening, please send them on to us! We’ll do our best to find a satisfying answer and add it to this section of the site. All of the information we provide is based on significant research. In that regard, we will soon be adding a resources page with a complete bibliography.

If you a considering purchasing some of our worms, castings, refuse, cocoons, or tea, check out our store. For bulk or delivery options give us a call. We sell our castings and refuse by the ton, and yes, we deliver! In fact, we deliver our all natural worm castings to most of the West Georgia area, including Haralson County, Carroll County, Polk County, Paulding County, Heard County, Coweta County, and Douglas County.

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