Jeremy Watts wrote:Are there any types of fish, or seafood, or chickens etc that can live solely on black soldier grubs? And still develop into healthy critters, meeting all of their nutritional needs?
Cindy Haskin wrote:
bruce Fine wrote:small wood inferno
Is that anything like a "disco inferno"? Maybe not.
Douglas Alpenstock wrote:Rob, that's pretty cool. I have vaguely heard of it.
Can you recommend a good link to learn more? I keep my goldfish indoors for 6 months, in a warm space with south facing windows, and maybe with a few LED grow lights ...
Greg Martin wrote:I kind of like the Radiant Masonry Heating, Douglas, since it's still RMH :)
Inge Leonora-den Ouden wrote:Rob, I can tell you you are right about the smell. With that basket of used 'pee-rags' my toilet never is without smell, even when it is clean.
Mold doesn't grow on the stainless steel, but what about the cotton rags themselves?
Nicole Alderman wrote:
I have my rags in a washable, semi-breathable bag made from diaper-cover cloth (PUL) that I already had lying around. I wash rags/towels/napkins every 3 or 4 days (sometimes more frequently--I have messy kids!). So far, I haven't noticed any stink, and I can always just throw the bag in the wash if I need to.
I also use a bag made from the PUL fabric for my washable pads. That one gets thrown in the wash when I wash the pads.