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    • Our first installment today came in a nice torrent downtown. Wonder what I will find uptown. The big “maker” on the Florida-Georgia Line some hundred-fifty miles North pulls moisture out of The Gulf of Mexico and flings little pulses – not always so little – right at us. My okra and peppers love it. I spend a fair bit of time rescuing nightcrawlers from a wormy watery death and put them in protected compost bins to recuperate and have a nice murky banana peel.

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  1. Friendly dedicated self-interest: nighcrawlers the kinds of worms which take the heat of composting, unlike the littler red kind which die in the intense heat generated by composting. The resultant “worm poop” replaces commercial fertilizer and makes for a nice friable composted dirt which can be used straight for some applications or diluted up to 60 percent with regular soils if desired.

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