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Just did it. And I've found six more worms (there were more in the pot, I couldn't take them off, some very small). I took a picture of the fist one,
Do your treatment soon, as they are voracious diners.
You might also wish to carefully remove the top layer of soil and replace it.
That makes complete sense because they completely colonized the pot that had two plants, one of which I have killed because it was an hermaphrodite.
Some use a droplet of oxygen peroxide in a glass of water, and let the seed 24hours in the water (I think that the oxygen peroxide is to prevent any bacteria
Worms are great for composting. I have a vermiculture tote, set up. Yes, worm castings are worth their dry weight
in worm shit. Haha