What Do Meal Worms Eat?


mealworms will eat literally anything. They eat decaying and decomposing leaf litter, dried grasses, grain and wood matter; even occasionally new plant growth.
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Meal worms eat dead insects, waste, stored grains, plant parts, decaying leaves, grasses and sticks are all of the main things that a meal worm will eat.
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