Studying earthworms while technology fails.

@marguicha (106485)
Chile
June 13, 2017 2:51pm CST
I have had a very slow internet today so I have been studying the way to "cultivate" earthworms. My aunt from San Fernando told me that she had gone to get some good soil to a place where the lady had earthworms. Immediatly I told her to get me some. So they made a trip to the nursery and came to my birthday with a can full of worms. Meanwhile I had told about this to my youngest daughter and the children and her started a project that ended with a sort of giant apartment building for the few worms I have. Today she is coming to explain what do I have to do and then place the earthworms there. I hope they start reproducing in haste as I want to have beautiful tomatoes in summer. I´m as interested in earthworms as the children. They will come today and have the last of the birthday cake in exchange for information. Do you do these sort of things once in a while? Where I live, in a big city, what I´m doing sounds absolutly crazy. But I don´t mind!
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@responsiveme (18471)
• India
13 Jun 17
I believe the soil becomes very fertile. And it's nice to do crazy things
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@marguicha (106485)
• Chile
13 Jun 17
I´ll check if it works. And I love to do crazy things. If I didn´t, I´d be completly bored.
@amadeo (78852)
• United States
13 Jun 17
my crazy days are over.
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@marguicha (106485)
• Chile
13 Jun 17
I am only 72 years young! A kid!
@MALUSE (46052)
• Uzbekistan
13 Jun 17
Will they turn into butterflies one day?
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@marguicha (106485)
• Chile
13 Jun 17
No. Earthworms are the kind tat fishermen use to fish.
@mandala100 (53743)
• Hong Kong
13 Jun 17
Good luck in your experiement with worms in connection with your tomato plants. I hope it will bear more fruits.
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@marguicha (106485)
• Chile
13 Jun 17
I am trying to use different methods of having a better soil without too much expense.