The Farmer’s Earthworm Handbook, Managing Your Underground Money-Makers, by David Ernst, Published by Lessiter Publications, 1995.
Everything you always wanted to know about earthworms, but didn’t know who to ask, is all found in the 112 pages of this valuable handbook. This book is for the full-time farmer or the home gardener, or for anyone who wants to learn more about how our soil produces, how to make it healthier.
This book deals with all aspects of managing earthworms more profitably in your operation. It cites hundreds of rigorous scientific research results from leading scientists around the world, as well as practical on-the-ground ideas from farmers; people who believe in what earthworms can mean in the way of increased yields, reduced costs and higher profits.
You will learn how earthworms allow more air and water to penetrate the soil, improve fertility and help plant roots grow deeper and increase crop productivity.
This is a fine book, enjoyable, and a fast read.
Submitted by Robin W.L. April 29, 2013