Microworms for sale:
Tuesday I reculture my microworms. I hate wasting and I have a very good culture going. With minimal care your culture will last you forever!
Some info on microworms:
Microworms are grown in a culture of either oatmeal or cornmeal (I use cornmeal) and feed off yeast. They are actually nemetodes. Microworms are a very good first fry foods. Unfortunately they may cause missing ventrals if overfed so be sure to feed with something else. Anyway they'll keep your babies from starving.
Microworms are good for all kinds of baby fish and small fish!
What you'll get:
A microworm starter culture
A copy of Linda Olson's (transhipper for Thai betta breeders) culturing instructions (including microworms, vinegar eels, and baby brine shrimp).
Culture - $10
Instructions - FREE!!!
Who am I? Well I am a Junior Member of the International Betta Congress and a breeder of white HMPKs, red dragon HMPKs, black/red dragon HMPKs, metallic multi HMPKs, blue masked HMPKs, and now multi color HMs. Soon to add black HMs. I will be showing in New Breeder class in fall of 2012.