We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7

Monday, May 23, 2022

As you might read or watch or listen about “jumping worms” in many mainstream medias that this invasive worm has spread to 34 states or more in the USA.



Fig 01- Jumping worm in the garden.


You probably know, the scary things of the worms that they could:

- consume soil, then turn the soil into ground coffee like

- exhausting soil nutrients

- making soil can’t hold water


If there are plenty of jumping worms, can you imagine what happen to your farms or garden?



Fig 02- We could find the worms in this kind of place



Fig 03- The worm in our area


The worms are believed come from East Asia, probably Japan and Korea. Worms came to America around 1900’s.


Yes, we have found this worm in our state, Louisiana. Worms invade other states as well, they include:

- Ohio, Texas, Wisconsin.

- Missouri, Illinois, Kansas.

- Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa.

- Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Indiana.


Have you seen this worm in your state or country?


# Previous postings:

- Have You Heard about Second Infection of Corona Virus? - Virus 28

- Are Raw Peanuts Good for Health? - Food Variety 6

- When Will be the First Shot of Covid 19 Vaccine? - Virus 29

- Plants Bundle in the Corner - Gardening and Hobby 13

31 comments:

  1. I don't know the jumping worm at all.

    ReplyDelete
  2. ...I hope that it's too cold up here for them!

    ReplyDelete
  3. Never heard of them christine at Https://cmlk79.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7
      -
      As you might read or watch or listen about “jumping worms” in many mainstream medias that this invasive worm has spread to 34 states or more in the USA.

      Delete
  4. I haven't seen these type of worms here in my city. They look so different from the ones I'm used to.

    ReplyDelete
  5. I haven't heard of these worms before. It sounds like they will be here eventually too.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Hopefully not

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7
      -
      Fig 01- Jumping worm in the garden.

      You probably know, the scary things of the worms that they could:
      - consume soil, then turn the soil into ground coffee like
      - exhausting soil nutrients
      - making soil can’t hold water

      If there are plenty of jumping worms, can you imagine what happen to your farms or garden?

      Delete
  6. Oh nice

    https://www.alyinwanderland.com/2022/05/are-you-ready-for-swim-suit-season.html

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7
      -
      Fig 03- The worm in our area

      The worms are believed come from East Asia, probably Japan and Korea. Worms came to America around 1900’s.

      Yes, we have found this worm in our state, Louisiana. Worms invade other states as well, they include:
      - Ohio, Texas, Wisconsin.
      - Missouri, Illinois, Kansas.
      - Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa.
      - Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Indiana.

      Have you seen this worm in your state or country?

      # Previous postings:
      - HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT SECOND INFECTION OF CORONA VIRUS? - VIRUS 28
      - ARE RAW PEANUTS GOOD FOR HEALTH? - FOOD VARIETY 6
      - WHEN WILL BE THE FIRST SHOT OF COVID 19 VACCINE? - VIRUS 29
      - PLANTS BUNDLE IN THE CORNER - GARDENING AND HOBBY 13

      Delete
  7. We are aware of them, but haven't seen them yet. Thanks for the update.

    ReplyDelete
  8. It is scary to see them and to know what they can do to our soil.

    ReplyDelete
  9. Good to know about these worms. Thanks for the post.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7
      -
      As you might read or watch or listen about “jumping worms” in many mainstream medias that this invasive worm has spread to 34 states or more in the USA.

      Delete
  10. I never heard of jumping worms.
    Have a nice day.

    ReplyDelete
  11. I have never seen it before 😊

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7
      -
      Fig 01- Jumping worm in the garden.

      You probably know, the scary things of the worms that they could:
      - consume soil, then turn the soil into ground coffee like
      - exhausting soil nutrients
      - making soil can’t hold water

      If there are plenty of jumping worms, can you imagine what happen to your farms or garden?

      Delete
  12. Nope, they aren't around here, I hope.

    ReplyDelete
  13. They are suppose to be in PA but we haven't seen any yet - thank goodness!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7
      -
      Fig 03- The worm in our area

      The worms are believed come from East Asia, probably Japan and Korea. Worms came to America around 1900’s.

      Yes, we have found this worm in our state, Louisiana. Worms invade other states as well, they include:
      - Ohio, Texas, Wisconsin.
      - Missouri, Illinois, Kansas.
      - Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa.
      - Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Indiana.

      Have you seen this worm in your state or country?

      # Previous postings:
      - HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT SECOND INFECTION OF CORONA VIRUS? - VIRUS 28
      - ARE RAW PEANUTS GOOD FOR HEALTH? - FOOD VARIETY 6
      - WHEN WILL BE THE FIRST SHOT OF COVID 19 VACCINE? - VIRUS 29
      - PLANTS BUNDLE IN THE CORNER - GARDENING AND HOBBY 1

      Delete
  14. I haven't seen these worms and hope that they don't make their way to my state, given their potential to pose harm to crops.

    ReplyDelete
  15. Jumping worms? Yikes, I wouldn't want them in my garden. Earth worms are good for churning garden soil but not jumping worms.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. no... we don't want jumping worms at all

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7
      -
      As you might read or watch or listen about “jumping worms” in many mainstream medias that this invasive worm has spread to 34 states or more in the USA.

      Delete
  16. It sounds so unique! I saw a big snake a couple of days ago and was so scared!
    Have a great day,
    S

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I see...

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7
      -
      Fig 01- Jumping worm in the garden.

      You probably know, the scary things of the worms that they could:
      - consume soil, then turn the soil into ground coffee like
      - exhausting soil nutrients
      - making soil can’t hold water

      If there are plenty of jumping worms, can you imagine what happen to your farms or garden?

      Delete
  17. Thanks a lot =) I love to travel <3
    I really enjoyed it after a desaster in Madrid :D

    Interesting post. Jumping worms sound a little bit creepy :D

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Enjoy your travel.....

      Thanks to visit my blog-
      We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7
      -
      Fig 03- The worm in our area

      The worms are believed come from East Asia, probably Japan and Korea. Worms came to America around 1900’s.

      Yes, we have found this worm in our state, Louisiana. Worms invade other states as well, they include:
      - Ohio, Texas, Wisconsin.
      - Missouri, Illinois, Kansas.
      - Minnesota, Nebraska, Iowa.
      - Kentucky, Tennessee, Oklahoma and Indiana.

      Have you seen this worm in your state or country?

      # Previous postings:
      - HAVE YOU HEARD ABOUT SECOND INFECTION OF CORONA VIRUS? - VIRUS 28
      - ARE RAW PEANUTS GOOD FOR HEALTH? - FOOD VARIETY 6
      - WHEN WILL BE THE FIRST SHOT OF COVID 19 VACCINE? - VIRUS 29
      - PLANTS BUNDLE IN THE CORNER - GARDENING AND HOBBY 1

      Delete
  18. Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7
      -
      As you might read or watch or listen about “jumping worms” in many mainstream medias that this invasive worm has spread to 34 states or more in the USA.

      Delete
  19. Hello,
    I have never seen or heard about jumping worms. That is interesting. Thank you for linking up and sharing your post. Take care, enjoy your weekend.

    ReplyDelete
  20. We see them crawling onto the driveway during a rain but I've never heard of the jumping ones! EEEE!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thanks to visit my blog-
      We Have Seen Jumping Worms in Louisiana – Critter 7
      -
      Fig 01- Jumping worm in the garden.

      You probably know, the scary things of the worms that they could:
      - consume soil, then turn the soil into ground coffee like
      - exhausting soil nutrients
      - making soil can’t hold water

      If there are plenty of jumping worms, can you imagine what happen to your farms or garden?

      Delete