silkworms: reptile safe mulberry

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Silkworms only eat mulberry leaves (I want a tree) or you can buy special food. I want one that has no chemicals on it.


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Ahh gotcha. I am thinking about about breeding silkworms and know about the mulberry leaf or the chow, it was the safe mulberry that confused me. I was going to go to the nursery and buy a mulberry tree and plant it in my yard...cause I thought they were big trees. So I thought maybe some certain type was bad or feeding horworms leaves from a nightshade plant. :)
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