Temperature Effects on Worm Larvae

September 5, 2017

Paddocks are considered "low worm-risk" when over 90% of the worms on them have died, and further contamination with worm eggs has not occurred.  This generally takes 3–6 months (depending on the temperatures at the time).

 

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