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Thread: inground pull with mesh pull cover. open to 1000's of worms in the pool

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    inground pull with mesh pull cover. open to 1000's of worms in the pool

    inground pull with mesh pull cover. open to 1000's of worms in the pool.

    is there a way to stop this every year? lol

    anyone else experience this?

    Have 4 feet or more of pavers/concrete around the pool.

    when it rains the get flooded from the grass and somehow desire the swimming pool. lol
    15,000 gallon inground fiberglass pool with spa. 350lb Sand filter, 1.5 hp pump, and heater

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    Re: inground pull with mesh pull cover. open to 1000's of worms in the pool

    This is a fairly common occurrence and no one has figured out how to stop it from happening. Kind of gross but just part of owning a pool. Most folks either scoop them up with a net or vacuum the pool. Improving the drainage in your yard may help since flooding is what drives the worms to seek higher ground in the first place.
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