kristina summer wrote:I've noticed that the wonderful spongy ground in the woodland/forrest, that's had years of layers of leafmould developing, has no worms or slugs in it. Why is that?
It makes me wonder about adding it as a soil conditioner to improve clay soil. I know leafmould is excellent for the fungi it provides the soil with (fantastic explanations by Ken Leavy on this site). But the worms don't seem to like it in it's natural habitat. I do like my worms!
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