Culturing Micro Worms
Culturing micro worms is very simple.
We use a 32 ounce clear plastic container with a vented lid. You can also use 230 grit sand paper to etch the inside of the container two thirds of the way up. This will make it easier for the worms to crawl up the sides of the container.
Take 3 teeth spoons our Crazy Stuff Worm Formula and simply add aged water until it has the consistency of very soft ice cream.
Three teeth spoons is enough for one culture. Add a pinch of bakers yeast to give your culture a kick start.
The worms live on the surface of the mixture. So adding more media then what is needed will not yield you more worms.
Now add a very small amount of your old culture to the new culture. There are 1000's of worms in a half of teeth spoon. That is all you need to add.
After just a couple of days you will probably see part of the mix become more fluid-like and glistening in the light. That glistening is the worms wiggling, 1000's of them.
If you keep your culture between 65 and 70% F it should last about a month. If you keep your culture above 70 F. it will last maybe 2 weeks before it goes bad.
If you plan on having many cultures check out our Crazy Stuff Worm Formula.
We sell two one pound bags for $9.99