How Do EarthWorms Help The Soil?

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Earthworms irrigate the soil by creating lots of tiny passageways allowing rain to be absorbed into the soil more easily. This promotes growth.
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They help the soil by decomposing the decaying plants and animals and making tunnels to let rain in.
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Earthworms help the soil by providing nutrients towards the soil and also sucking up all the bacteria that the plants might leave behind.
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They help by giving the soil nutrients and when it moves in the soil it helps keep air particles in
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The earthworms help the soil by making the soil fertile....
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Earthworms help the soil by producing little bacteria to destroy the other organisms in the earths surface.
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Earthworms help the soil by sucking up all the nasty bacteria and disgusting things in the ground. Which then leaves the nutrient which helps the soil so much.
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actually, earthworms help the soil by fertilizing it and digging tunnels. they fertilize the soil through their castings (or waste product) this makes it easier for plants to grow. the worms also dig holes in the dirt, softening it and allowing oxygen and water to reach the plant's roots.

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