Red Wigglers for sale in Tampa, FL

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Thank you for your interest in Red Worms. We are a Worm Farm that specializing in a native Red worm to the U.S. Vermicomposting with native Worms is a safe composting approach. Worms are great for turning your food left overs into compost. Sold by Hongkongwillie. Look for us at Interstate 75& Fletcher Ave. 35 years in Business. Google Hongkongwillie. Interstate 75 exit 266 Fletcher ave Temple Terrace Florida 33637. Our Address is 12212 Morris Bridge Rd Temple Terrace Florida 33637. Call 813 770 4794, Hour of operation 10:00 AM to 6:00 Pm Monday thru Saturday ,Closed Sunday. A cup 24worms for a child small worm experiment 4.00 One lb of Florida Composting Red Wiggler Worms with micobic starter media mixed without chlorinated water for $40.00. 1/2 pound Florida Composting Red Wiggler Worms with micobic starter media mixed without chlorinated water is $20.00. We Sell by size of Red worm,which are large. On the average is 350 worms to a pound. The reason why we don t ship by thousands or use this term is because it can be confusing. To explain, a thousand grains of sand is one thing, or a pound of sand is a something else.When ordering worms by the thousand expect worm size to be smaller than a needle. Selling large worms which are like a chicken ready to lay eggs and stress less. Our Worm Farm Started in 1965. Any question call 813 770 4794 $39.99 per pound plus frt. Call Tampa 813 770 4794 This worm is is part of a solution for eliminating part of your waste going to landfills in Tampa. Vermicomposting is the process of using worms and micro-organisms to turn kitchen waste into a black, earthy-smelling, nutrient-rich humus. This possess is a inexpensive way to compost and in return organic matter into rich soil. People in Tampa interested in composting have visited Hongkongwillie Red worm Farm for over 30 years. Hong Kong Willie worm Farm in Tampa started in 1965. Red Wigglers Tampa Note We sell a Florida Red Worm that is native to Florida. WE DO NOT SELL Eisenia foetida, or"European Night crawlers."are non native worms, CAUTION IN BUYING THESE WORMS, Eisenia foetida, or"European Night crawlers."are non native worms, Studies have shown that invasive worms (Eisenia foetida, or"European Night crawlers). Their voracious appetites and reproductive rates (Eisenia foetida, or"European Night crawlers) have been known to upset the delicate balance of the hardwood forests by consuming the leaf litter too quickly. cause natural impact on the environment. Eisenia foetida Eisenia foetida, or"European Night crawlers."are non native Red worms,This is why we with any non-native species, it is important not to allow them to reach the wild. Their voracious appetites and reproductive rates (especially among the red wigglers) have been known to upset the delicate balance of the hardwood forests by consuming the leaf litter too quickly. This event leaves too little leaf letter to slowly incubate the hard shelled nuts and leads to excessive erosion as well as negatively affecting the pH of the soil. So, do your best to keep them confined! Note We sell a Florida Red Worm that is native to Florida. WE DO NOT SELL Eisenia foetida, or"European Night crawlers."are non native Red worms, Note We sell a Florida Red Worm that is native to Florida. Eisenia foetida From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Eisenia fetida, known under various common names, including redworms, brandling worms, tiger worms and red wiggler worms, are a species of earthworm adapted to decaying organic material. They thrive in rotting vegetation, compost, and manure; they are epigeal. They are rarely found in soil, instead like Lumbricus rubellus they prefer conditions where other worms cannot survive. They are used for vermicomposting. They are native to Europe, but have been introduced (both intentionally and unintentionally) to every other continent except Antarctica, occasionally thre...

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