This article tells some facts about Hammerhead Flatworms. It also has some Hammerhead Flatworm pictures and Hammerhead Flatworm videos.
Woodworm is a word used to describe an infestation of woodboring beetle larvae in timbers and furniture. It is a very common ailment for furniture, wood in the garden and even the structural timbers of homes. In this guide we will address how to identify whether you have a woodworm infestation and whether it is still active or if it has since passed.
It’s a tragedy in the medical world, we often hear the worm is a parasite in the human stomach. But what if the worms live in the living human eye? This is a true story.
Naturally composting waste, providing an organic matter that enriches soil and even supplying hobbyists and fisherman with live bait. These are all reasons for worm farming. Taking care of the worms in a worm farm is typically quite easy but there some guidelines to follow. Proper feeding is important for the health of the worms, and therefore important for the health of the farm.
Some people ask, "Why in the world would I want to have a worm farm? There are plenty of other useful farms that sell vegetables, fruits, animals, and eggs. What good is a worm farm?" Well, it’s an understandable reaction. After all, it’s usually the quiet people in society that go unnoticed; so why shouldn’t there be quiet creatures that go unnoticed? People underestimate the value of the worm.
When many of us think of worms, we think of the few pink earthworms that hang out in the garden, strolling through the soil and showing their faces after a heavy rain. We don’t often stop to think about the history involved in these legless creatures. Some people even put these guys to work for profit and natural soil care through a process known as worm farming.