I’m going to grow black worms. Critic my setup + quest

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10 gallon aquarium with ceramic bags and air bubbler.

Currently cycling the tank. Added food and API quickstart.

So here’s what I think I need to do: Add blackworms>feed spirulara algae>do water changes.

Am i on the right track? Never thought I’d do this before.

@Paul B
If anyone else has experience please help me out!
 
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Using tapwater and dechlorinator. I will make fresh water changes with RODI...I was just in a rush and wanted to start the cycling process as fast as possible.

Should I grow any macro algae to lower nutrients? How can I make this as sustainable as possible?
 
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Also...where am I supposed to find black worms? These things are harder to find than gem tangs!
 
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