Re: NANFA-- earthworms squiggle

Steven A. Ellis (
Sat, 29 Apr 2000 16:05:12 -0400


If you're digging these worms out of your yard, the green could be
lawn treatment chemicals. If it is, you may not want to feed them to your
fish. Some of that stuff isn't even good for humans.

Steven A. Ellis
Kennesaw, GA

At 12:44 PM 4/29/00 -0400, you wrote:
>I thought because the topic is about earthworms I could ask a question about
>them. Well here it is.
>I am now just starting to try to feed my Natives earthworms. When I go out
>and dig up a whole hand full they are all a dark green color. I am worried
>about feeding them to my Natives. I just went out today and I have about 20
>of them in a Tupperware container in oats. When they eat the oats do you
>think the green will go away if it is the food they are eating that is
>making them green?
>Thank you,
>Henry Deford
>Owings Mills, MD
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