OnlyGenusCaps Posted March 15, 2022 Share Posted March 15, 2022 I'm curious, has anyone tried to grow banana worms in old fruit fly cultures? I'm always looking for ways to get more use out of materials especially when it comes to rearing live foods (which I have very little space for), and it seems like this could work. FF media is mostly potato and yeast, which should be a good match for banana worms (or microworms). So, I'd think it would work with fresh FF media, but would be so much better if you could get a second life out of old cultures. The only question would be whether the FF deplete the media too much, or pollute it too much for the worms. I'm going to have FF again soon which is why this might open up growing banana worms for me. But if old cultures don't work, or if this attracts too many mites, then banana worms are probably not in my, or my fry's, immediate future, sadly. Has anyone tried anything like this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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