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Hello, I have a recently moved into a new built property and have a problem in my lawn with worm holes appearing and making the lawn area uneven. Is this normal? Will this be good for the soil/lawn? Is there a remedy?



Worms are good for the lawn,as they help aerate the soil. The soil they cast is very fine, and you could rake the lawn to spread the casts evenly. This will benefit the lawn, if you don't mind a bit of exercise. No remedy, as worms are vital to the soil eco system. My mum got something once that brought them all up to the surface.....never again.

13 Apr, 2010

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