Whenever the spring blooms, the ground is moist, which is the golden age of Earthworm reproduction, growth and activity. If under artificial feeding conditions, mastering the habit of warmth, controlling its optimum humidity, and giving certain organic humus, Earthworm can breed and grow all year round. Under natural conditions, a sexually mature relative, when it has completed ovulation, the relatives are accompanied by oocysts, and once the cubs break out, the relatives will automatically separate from the young Earthworm.
In nature, it is often found that a large number of Earthworms are gathered in a small piece of land. Not that relatives are licking around the oocysts, many tiny, pink, delicate young cubs are active in organic soil. When the young Earthworm is born, the pro-Earthworm automatically migrates, which is the skill of the pro-generation to preserve the prosperity of future generations.