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FAQ > General Information > Why Are Earthworms So Good for my Garden's Soil?

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Earthworms increase water conductivity and microbial content of the soil. They process organic matter, and leave wastes behind that nourish plants. They also help balance soil pH and reduce parasitic nematodes that can weaken plants.

Last updated on November 23, 2011 by Matthew Kokenes