How to Grow Blood Worms?


So you want to grow your own blood worms. Well you can pretty easily. To get started you will need a container, water pump, water and some dead plant material. You can find more information here:
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This requires a 60cm x 40cm x 40cm container. You will need a small pump and dead leaves to place at the bottom of the tank. Add water to your tank then the pump and leaves. The leaves will settle eventually. Add blood worm eggs and in two weeks you should have blood worms.
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