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.
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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