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RE: Nightcrawlers as a staple?

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Posted by: carnifex at Wed Jul 9 11:48:07 2008  [ Report Abuse ] [ Email Message ] [ Show All Posts by carnifex ]  
   

yea, the worms are in the little white tub at rite-aid (drugstore) so id imagine thy got that fattener you're talking about.

i started a dubia cockroach colony. God the feeding response i got from a 1.25 inch roach was astounding. Spyro went utterly ape[bleep]. i believe breeding roaches is the key.

he wouldn't eat a soldier fly larva. a lady at a rescue center gave me more insectavore ideas, she got these soldier fly larve from her compost bin. Pic inclosed.

so do you think if i let the worms do their thing in some better soil they'll clean up? or is the bulking agent in the flesh and not so easily gotten out? you prolly don't know the specifics i will continue to reaserch this.
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