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There's simply no better way to store your worms and keep then fresh than with this pH balanced Super Gro™ Worm Bedding from Frabill®. Unlike other worm bedding made with organic materials, Super Gro Worm Bedding is odorless and dirt-free to eliminate the gunk that stains hands, equipment and your boat carpet. Simply add water, mix and add worms with no wait!
My worms love it. it is nice and fluffy and it helps them stay active
October 11, 2010
keeps worms healthy and lively. cleaner to work with better than soil
August 18, 2010
Frabill Super Gro Worm Bedding
I use the Frabill Super Gro Worm Bedding in the Frabill Worm Habitat to keep nightcrawlers for the entire open water fishing season (April to November). The worms stay active and healthy and the bedding does not make a mess in the boat like regular dirt will do. When keeping worms for an extended period of time you do have to add extra food. I use the Frabill "Fat & Sassy" worm food and it seems to work just fine. Just follow the directions carefully and do not overfeed the worms as it tends to get somewhat moldy if left uneaten.
March 16, 2009
You will need a space about the size of a 48 quart chest, about six inches deep with bedding. That will take two packages of bedding, but I would by three now because if you put 500 worms in now, in less than three months, you'll be adding more. Just remember to feed them and keep them cool, like in a crawl space under your house that stays cool in the summer and warm in the winter. Sprinkle the corn meal over the area so it looks like a very light snow on top. When they eat this, feed them some more. They must be in a container that allows for them to have air.
You should keep them in a large Styrofoam cooler with plenty of soil from your yard. Put them in your refrigerator. (They will stay good for a long time.) If you are going to have them over two months buy some worm feed. You can also get worms from your backyard and put them in there for more bait.
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