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DIY Compost Bin with Composting Grubs

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DIY Black Soldier Fly Compost Bin What if you could have a compost bin that could do way more than just process your kitchen scraps? What if, for example, it also produced liquid fertilizer and feed for your chickens, reptiles, and other pets? If that sounds too good to be true, we’ve got great news. You can accomplish all that with hardly any effort by making a compost bin designed specifically for black soldier fly larvae. It’s cheap, easy, and does the hard work itself. Let’s find out how. What are Your Composting Goals? With our black soldier fly compost...

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How to Compost with Black Soldier Fly Larvae BSFL

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How to Compost with BSFL: A Beginner’s Guide Table of Contents Composting is a method of naturally processing food waste and yard waste into usable nutrients for your garden. While many people use composting bins and earthworms to complete this process, you should know that one type of insect is much better at composting: Black Soldier Fly Larvae. Black soldier fly larvae (BSFL) - also known as phoenix worms, reptiworms, and calciworms in the reptile-feeding industry - are some of the most efficient composters in the world. These small maggots start out less than ⅛ of an inch and can...

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