Nicholas Covey wrote:Things like this make me wonder sometimes if there are other insect, or lower creatures which can be farmed or raised for our benefit. Bees and earthworms are noteworthy, but there are billions of species of insects.
steve temp wrote:No need to strain out urine.
Susan Monroe wrote:Can these larvae co-habitate with earthworms? Some 'bugs' are predators.
And where would a person buy the larvae to get started?
Scott Olsen wrote:Here is another link about BSFL info. This guy is researching BSFL at my farm and has good data on several years of research: http://www.dipterra.com/
Laurie made some excellent kimchee a few months back, but it had a limited shelf life. I threw it on the compost pile, wondering whether all the pepper would discourage worms and other decomposers. It turns out that for some reason soldier fly larvae like this one LOVE it. I really need to get a close-up of the pattern on the skin of a clean one of these. It's quite beautiful, actually.
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