Video – How I culture microworms – Aquarium Fish Food

This is a video on how I culture microworms.

If you are a fish breeder you need microworms.

These creatures are small, but they are larger than infusoria – and smaller than baby brine shrimp – so they close the gap between these two equally important life foods.


If you breed bettas, killis, rainbow fish, tetras, rasboras, barbs, blue eyes, corydoras, dwarf cichlids or other small aquarium fish, microworms are important – and they are a great food source for adult nano fish as well.

Most important. These worms are super easy to culture in a small jar in your home.

In this video I show you how I culture microworms – and how I feed them to my fish.

Thanks for watching :0)


Fry eating microworms

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