Earthworms, Cherrys

Was wondering how earthworms cope with all this rain and what is the knock on effect on the quality of the Soil?

Heavy rain brings out a flood of earthworms above ground, because thou they need moisture or they will die and dont have lungs, they still need oxygen

We are renting a cherry tree in Kent – a little spot of England – a scheme set up that helps the farmer and hopefully we get a lot of reasonably priced cherrys in July. They also make and sell at farmers markets – lovely cherry juice and cherry brandy. We get updates and the first one talking also about impacts of wet mild winter so far here in the UK. Without cold snap, no dormancy and plants keep going and use up their reserves, so smaller crops

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