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Sun Dec 27 2009, 12:41am
Registered Member #8
Joined: Sun Dec 27 2009, 12:29am
Posts: 37
hello fellas,some of you know me and some of you dont,im sherman,i havent been in this as long as some of you but i have great ideas and put a few to the test and currently my own version of davids blackworm setup,been running for about 2 weeks and doing great,starting to see new development and with minimal maintenence,i am also got a batch of blue gularis fry and corydora fry i am currenty growing out,hope to get a few breeding pairs to start bagging eggs but too soon to tell.

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Sun Dec 27 2009, 09:25am

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Joined: Mon Dec 21 2009, 05:25pm
Location: Virginia
Posts: 80
Sherman: glad you are on board... I think this will be a very easy method for folks to communicate, especially if they cannot get to all the meetings.

orchid addict gone to the dogs (and now Killies)
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Sun Jan 03 2010, 09:31am
Registered Member #2
Joined: Sun Dec 20 2009, 12:14pm
Location: Sterling
Posts: 4
Hey Sherman!

How about some photos of your setups? When I visited your house, you had some very innovative ideas. Please share them with the group.

Hope you can attend more meetings!


Jim Darlack
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Sun Jan 03 2010, 10:40am
Registered Member #8
Joined: Sun Dec 27 2009, 12:29am
Posts: 37
i sure will,just to give everyone a update,my blackworms are still growing strong with no die off that i can see,i will take some pics as well,the blue gularis are doing good as well as my corydora fry,i havent seen any fatalities from what i can see and i ma going to start growing superworms,very interesting,you force them into the pupa stage and then they become bettles and reproduce,hmmm ive never seen a worm that morphs to breed.

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