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Old July 2, 2015   #31
Tracydr
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I'm afraid I've lost most of my worms this summer from 3 weeks of heat. I also have a bunch of black soldier fly larva that are invading.
Oh,well, lots of worm compost under the trees on our property. I'll get some new red worms again when it cools off.
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