Microbial Ecologist Peter Groffman comments on a new study that links increased CO2 and nitrous oxide emissions with worm-ridden soils.
In the northeastern U.S., all earthworms are non-native. And they are damaging our forest habitats.
Earthworms, a non-native species. Are they good or bad for the soil?
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