Eisenia fetida supply

by Andreas
(London, UK)

Hi there,Firstly, congratulations on your your book - it's really insightful! I was just wondering whether it is possible to obtain some Eisenia fetida worms from you. I live in the UK and it's becoming increasingly difficult to source E.fetida here (Usually they provide you with a mix of E.fetida and D.veneta).I have a contact in South Africa who would be more than happy to collect some E.fetida worms from you and bring them to London. Would that be possible? I need the worms for research purposes, and thus the species is really important to us. I appreciate your time. Best wishes Andreas

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Re: Eisenia fetida supply
by: Stephan

Hello Andreas,

sure that should be fine. As long as your friend makes sure he gets the worms through customs. How many worms are you looking for?

Kind regards

Stephan

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