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I've recently begun attempting to cultivate blackworms. It is getting really cloudy and I can't seem to be able to control it. Granted, the tank is next to a big window. (could that be the problem?) I do a 25% change every two to three days, have a 10i bubble filter and it's a 10 gal tank with a 6" airstone. I feed tetracolor fish food. any recommendations? should I have a different setup? should I take away from window? not many are dying but I don't want any to die lol

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I don't know anything about blackworms but I would strongly recommend moving the tank away from the window if you can. You will grow algae if you do not because you are unable to control the amount of light to the tank.
 

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Also you want cold water for them. Near a window it will warm up.

Blackworms are cultured in raceways and ponds often as a side business to trout farms. They like cold water just like trout do.

While blackworms will live in aquariums I have never heard of anyone actually being able to cultivate a regular supply of them.
 

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thank you guys! I'll be changing some things. I've learned a little more about them. I can't give you the link narwhal72 but i've definitely seen it done, but on a different setup. i'm just trying something different and minimalistic. thank you!
 
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