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Alabama Jumpers…ON SALE NOW!

Sunday, January 22nd, 2012

Just wanted to do a quick shout out about our Alabama Jumper Sale.  This is the LOWEST PRICE EVER on Alabama Jumpers….Limited Time Only.  Do your garden a favor and pick up some while they are on sale!

Go to the “Worm Stuff” page for details and pricing.

Try This Virtual Compost Pile!

Sunday, November 7th, 2010

 Build a Virtual Compost Pile

After spending the morning spreading compost, I came across a fun website this evening.  It’s from Florida’s Environmental Protection Agency.  It allows you to build a virtual compost pile.    You get to practice building a compost pile, while learning the proper C:N ratio’s for quick breakdown of your organic materials.

What does this have to do with worms?  Well, nothing…but EVERYTHING.  Healthy soil that is loaded with worms contains plenty of organic material.  The most efficient way of getting organic material into your soil is by adding compost. Want to build an Alabama Jumper haven?  Add plenty of organic material to your soil.

You Better JUMP on this to get your ALABAMA JUMPERS!

Wednesday, July 28th, 2010

Have you been reading all about Alabama Jumpers?  These strong worms actually JUMP!   If you’ve been looking for a commercial worm to help aerate your garden, these are them!

Alabama Jumpers are great for aerating soil, even heavy clay soil!   Basically, Jumpers are what I refer to as, ” The Lazy Man’s Worm”.  Why?  Because all you need to do is throw a nice thick layer of leaf litter or finished compost on your soil, keep damp, and you are DONE!   The best part is that Alabama Jumpers cannot harm your plants.  They only eat rotting material!

You’ve just created a habitat where your Jumpers will have reason to stick around and eat, poop, and breed.  Soon you’ll have tons of little Jumpers.  You’ll recognize the baby Jumpers because of their distinctive JUMP. 

Calling all Fisherman……Jumpers will grow extremely large.  Because these are the most active nightcrawlers available, fish  go NUTS for Jumpers. 

Here is a deal to make ANYONE Jump!  1,000 Alabama Jumpers are normally priced at $79 plus shipping.  For a limited time, Alabama Jumpers are available from www.TheWormDude.com for only $59 plus shipping.

These worms will go fast and this offer can be pulled at any time.  If you want Jumpers, NOW’S THE TIME TO JUMP!

CAN’T WAIT FOR SPRING SPECIAL – EXTENDED

Thursday, February 25th, 2010

DUE TO THE HUGE SUCCESS OF MY “CAN’T WAIT FOR SPRING SPECIAL”, WWW.THEWORMDUDE.COM IS EXTENDING THIS SALE FOR AN ADDITIONAL 60 DAYS.    SALE PRICE WILL BE EFFECTIVE THROUGH APRIL 30TH.  TWO MONTHS GO QUICKLY…DON’T LET THIS PASS YOU BY!

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Tired of the rains and looking forward to some nice weather?  I can’t do anything about the weather, but I CAN give you something to look forward to! 

WWW.THEWORMDUDE.COM IS OFFERING A “CAN’T WAIT FOR SPRING SPECIAL.  For the entire month of February, Alabama Jumpers are being reduced to just $59 per 1,000 plus shipping.  This is a $20 discount off of the normal price, and the best deal ever.

For those of you that have been drooling to get your hands on these guys (C’mon admit it) and were just waiting till a little closer to spring…..here is the opportunityl you’ve been waiting for.

Gather those leaves to layer on your garden beds  and you will have a great bedding and food source for your jumpers.

Go to my Worm Stuff page and scroll down till you see the picture of the HUGE worm. 

Or go direct:  http://www.thewormdude.com/products-page/

This is a limited time offer and one that you do not want to miss.

Featured Customer Question – Gary L.

Sunday, February 21st, 2010

Starting a new garden 2 to 3 in. of soil. The rest yellow clay.what is the
best soil breaker for the money.

Thank you gary

 

Hi Gary,

Without a doubt, Alabama Jumpers.

But, worms need a food source.  If I put you on an island without food, you
would perish quickly.  Same with the worms.  Jumpers food of choice is broken down leaf litter, so what I always recommend to people is that they get all the leaves in the  neighborhood, and just throw them on top of your garden bed.  As they break down, they will help amend your soil, plus they will provide a food source so your worms have a reason to stick  around.

If the leaves have all fallen in your neighborhood, just layer on a thick
layer of compost or mulch.  As it breaks down, it will provide food for the worms.

Avoid using something really strong smelling (You would not want a 2′ thick
layer  of Eucalyptus leaves to encourage worms).

That’s it….pretty simple.