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Re: black worms?



Black worms are similar to tubifex worms and trout worms. A lot of those used to be raised anxiliary to a trout hatchery in Castalia Ohio, about two hour's drive from us. The hatchery was supplied with water from a huge artesian well.  A small river flowed out of this well, and the well was like a large bottomless pond. The  water was always just over 10 degrees centigrade summer or winter. After the water went through the hatchery, it traveled through a network of canals where the "trout worms" prospered and where the water was restored to a better quality since it had picked up organics from the trout raising process.
  
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From: Erik Pfingstner
   


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