- Add some. You can purchase earthworms or you can take them from your worm farm and add them to the soil.
- Make the soil more inviting for the earthworms.
- Water plants above the soil regularly.
- Maintain a no-dig or bare minimum dig garden.
- Keep an organic garden.
Moreover, is it good to have worms in your garden?
Plowing breaks up the soil, allowing air and water to get to seeds and the roots of plants. Earthworms act like tiny plows when they live in a garden. As earthworms move through the soil of a garden, they make tunnels. These are all important nutrients that help garden plants grow and stay healthy.
Do earthworms eat plants?
A. Earthworms eat dirt! Their nutrition comes from things in soil, such as decaying roots and leaves. They eat living organisms such as nematodes, protozoans, rotifers, bacteria, fungi in soil. Worms will also feed on the decomposing remains of other animals.
Do worms poop dirt?
Leftover soil particles and undigested organic matter pass out of the worm through the rectum and anus in the form of castings, or worm poop. Worm poop is dark, moist, soil-colored, and very rich in nutrients. That's why farmers and gardeners like to have lots of worms in their soil.