Configure Workers Service environments using wrangler?

I was excited about the new Services announcement, including service environments:

I wanted to try it out, so I created a blank new ts project with wrangler generate. Then following this doc, I tried to add a new environment in wrangler.toml like this:

name = "my-test-app-dev"
vars = { ENVIRONMENT = "dev" }
workers_dev = true

name = "my-test-app"
vars = { ENVIRONMENT = "production" }
route = "*"
workers_dev = false

But when I deploy both of these, (wrangler publish and wrangler publish -e production), it doesn’t make one service with 2 environments, it creates 2 separate services each with one “production” environment.

How do I deploy to a non-production environment with wrangler, is that currently possible?

(Also, slightly related, I can’t delete services through the dashboard. The error is API Request Failed: DELETE /api/v4/accounts/<account_id>/workers/services/my-test-app (405). I assume this is just a bug?)

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