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      A Guide to Composting With Black Soldier Fly Larvae

      Note: this guide does NOT cover mating enclosures.

      It is no news, human beings are polluting the planet, one source of pollution being food waste heading to landfills. Being piled up in large amount and lacking of aeration, they start rotting and produce leachate, a highly toxic liquid that can pollute the land, ground water and water ways; the waste is broken down in an anaerobic environment and will eventually release methane, a gas 21 times more potent than carbon dioxide.

      If every household uses a least one type of composting method, we can make a difference. Traditional composting and vermicomposting generally does not include meat or dairy because of the risk of both pathogens and odours. However, these composting methods can be complemented by either Bokashi or by harnessing the natural ability of Black Soldier Flies to break down all manner of waste. This eBook explores what I call BSF Larvicomposting.

      Free "Introduction to composting with Black Soldier Fly Larvae" eBook available at:

      https://thelittlewormfarm.com/bsfintro

      Table of Contents:

      Introduction

      I. Black Soldier Fly

          i. Description

         ii. Identification

        iii. Basic requirements

      II. Attracting females and trapping eggs

          i. Egg hunting

         ii. The bait bucket

        iii. Installation of the bait bucket

         iv. Attractants

          v. Starter kits 

      III. Black Soldier Fly Composting Bin Designs

          i. Commercial bins

         ii. Internet DIY designs

         iii. My under-bed storage box design

         iv. My modified version of Jerry's design

          v. My inverted pile cap design

      IV. BSF compost bin management

          i. Installing the bin

         ii. What can BSFL eat?

        iii. What won't BSFL eat?

        iii. Feeding method and frequency

        iv. Maintain the basic requirements

         v. Useful ingredients and tools

       V. Harvest and usage

         i & ii. Keep tips & tricks

         iii. Animal feed

         iv. Emptying a BSFL bin

         vi. The frass

      VI. Common issues

           i. Other flies species

          ii. Bad odour

         iii. Egg deposited outside near the spigot

         iv. Mass exodus

          v. Not enough food

         vi. Pests and vermin

        vii. Going on holidays

      Conclusion

      Interesting scientific papers

      Other resources


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