Well, its not a desert if that's what you mean, its on my lawn with the
usual stuff you find at soil level (dead grass, leaf bits etc). The lawn is
about average but the soil is quite hard and the layer of top soil is thin,
sitting on hard pan or something close to that - I'm looking to increase
the depth of the top soil over time, making it more porous and easier for
lawn to grow. Seems like year or two of earthworms might improve it - I
just dont know
Earthworms require several inches of organic sandy loam which will hold
moisture. If you don't already have these conditions, then dig an area in
part of your lawn (yard), make the necessary soil preparations and add the
worms. Earthworms also do well in soil that has coffee grounds sprinkled
over it. Their castings help to fertilize the soil around the grass roots.
Try these websites for help.
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