what is the purpose of earthworms in the soil?



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    Eearthworms play an important role in decomposition and aeration of the soil. They convert lager pieces of oranic matter into humus, a process which increases the nitrogen and phosphorous concentration in the soil.

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    As lunafish stated, the action of earthworms increases the nitrogen and phosphorus concentration in soil. Nitrogen and phosphorus are important nutrients to improve soil fertility.

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