termites in raised vegetable bed
i have built a raised bed for my vegetables this year and have filled it with many different thins from black kow, peat humus, aged leaf mold,composted mushrooms,pulverized aged pine bark, and a little topsoil from my yard. some of the store bought compost ,peat humus, and of course pine bark had aged wood pieces and chips. i tilled this all together and added a little lime about a month ago. i have not planted anything yet, but i have all my vegetables in 4 inch pots some what buried in the ground to preserve moisture. after watering yesterday i lifted one of the pots out of the ground to examine plant roots showing from bottom and noticed that there were a few termites under where the pot had bee sitting in the dirt. is this some thing i should be concerned about, or is it just the process af nature breaking down the organics. the wood i used for my beds is pressure treated wood, yellow wood, which does not use arsenic in the curing process.