Yanni Posted May 4 Share Posted May 4 I recently got a grindal worm culture and accidentally killed off the adults because I put a piece of filter floss on the only small ventilation hole which sadly suffocated most of the adults. Luckily, they left behind a lot of baby grindal worms and there seem to be thousands of them. They are doing well and seem to constantly be moving and eating the food I put in the container. However, I need to feed some fish that depend on these live foods like Elassoma Gilberti so I was wondering how long it takes for baby grindal worms to grow to adult size. Would it take longer than a week? Are there any processes to make them grow faster? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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