Planting a Garden in Old Dog Kennel Area?

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Is it safe to use an area of our yard for a garden where dogs once lived in a kennel?

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July 3, 20120 found this helpful

I wouldn't, because all worms, including parasitic worms can cause multiple health issues. Worms can live for decades in the soil (no one is sure of their actual lifespans). They say that the only way to get rid of their eggs is to remove and replace the soil.

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