Pile of dead earth worms

Joe Boy

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Essex
Just out spraying and spotted this.

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It's in a small gap in one row of the crop

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This is the first chemical application since pre em roundup and butisan.

Any ideas what may have caused it?
 
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Joe Boy

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Location
Essex
Could be. It would have had to of found a good source of worms to eat they many. Or are the worms eating the fox sic and it was a on the strong side for them.
 

Joe Boy

Member
Location
Essex
Or could be a lovely badger eating all my worms. Won't get anywhere with the direct drilling if the badgers eat that many worms.
 

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