Live Food Cultures - White Worms
White Worms Cultures(in 8oz container) is ideal for smaller adult fish or smaller betta species, such as Splenden, Coccina or Parosphromenus . . .
Culturing White Worms, should have a sterile and moist bedding in a well ventilated container. They prefer cool temperature around 15C/60F, room temperature is fine for them.
Harvest the worm. You can use a piece of plastic (ex. 2CM x 2CM), dip the plastic into your tank water than place the plastic on the cultures bedding and wait for few minutes, you'll see the worms on the plastic. Dip the plastic in your tank and feed your fish. Or when you have pretty much worms in the cultures, you can always use your finger or cotton swab to scrape the side of the container.
Keep, your cultures at cool and dark area. Feed the cultures with fish food every /every other day. You can just sprinkle the food on top of the soil or feeding mesh/plastic. Keep your cultures bedding moist and well ventilated. If you don't want to share your cultures bedding with some bugs, you might need to use filter floss to block the ventilation holes. When the culture starts to smell bad, it's time to start a new one.