Uncle Jim's Worm Farm 100 Count Live Composting Worm Mix

Uncle Jim's Worm Farm 100 Count Live Composting Worm Mix

Uncle Jim's Worm Farm 100 Count Live Composting Worm Mix

Uncle Jim's Worm Farm 100 Count Live Composting Worm Mix:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! The box arrived today. It smelled bad (decomp) before I opened it. The box contained a black bag with a ball of worms and very little dirt. The information sheet instructed me to add 1/2 cup of water, which I did. This made it smell even worse. The worms are all dead and decomposing. Even worse than the waste of my money is the fact that you grabbed a bunch of worms and put them into a fabric bag to let them die. Absolutely cruel and disgusting!max 55% off,new,popular popularUncle Jim's Worm Farm 100 Count Live Composting Worm Mix
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Uncle Jim's Worm Farm has been specializing in the "Redworm" for over 40 years. The redworm is a true Composting Champion. Why use chemicals to try to enhance your gardening efforts? Let the redworm supply you with the best enriched soil that nature can supply. Simply place your Uncle Jim's Worm Farm supplied redworms into your compost pile and let them munch away! No Chemicals! 100% Natural! Bigger - Better - Tastier - Healthier Fruits and Veggies! Restricted state: Hawaii All orders ship to arrive within 2 days of purchase!*- business days

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Uncle Jim's Worm Farm 100 Count Live Composting Worm Mix

Uncle Jim's Worm Farm 100 Count Live Composting Worm Mix:at our store, we stock over 2000 models, so if you see the manufacturer, but not the model, don't be shy - give us a call and we will be happy to check! The box arrived today. It smelled bad (decomp) before I opened it. The box contained a black bag with a ball of worms and very little dirt. The information sheet instructed me to add 1/2 cup of water, which I did. This made it smell even worse. The worms are all dead and decomposing. Even worse than the waste of my money is the fact that you grabbed a bunch of worms and put them into a fabric bag to let them die. Absolutely cruel and disgusting!max 55% off,new,popular popularUncle Jim's Worm Farm 100 Count Live Composting Worm Mix