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    Can i feed my judith hindle worms
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    What kind of worms? I'd say any worms are ok as long as they can't chew their way out of the pitchers. You can try to feed one pitcher one worm and see what happens then go from there.

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    i feed it i dunno what kind but its starting to turn red around were the worm is
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    Like this




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    I wouldn't feed it anymore of those worms.

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    If the worm ate dirt that had alot of nitrogen in it, and other "fertilizers" then i can see why it would burn your plants leaf.

    i wouldn't feed it worms anymore. atleast not those. try crickets.

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    The Earthworm, also known as the living cesspool of parasitical organisms. Your ring could be anything from burn, to a bacterial infection, to viral, to fungle. Earthworms tend to pick up a lot of nasties in their dirt diet and as such have become carriers of many of the worlds parasites and pathogens.
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