Spring is here and it is time to get your Black Soldier Fly Larvae Composter restarted (unless you live in the tropics). I use this Spring reset to remove the excess bio-mass left over from last season and move it to my raised garden bed, adding nutrients to the soil.
I attempted to get my BSFL through the winter using a heating pad. It worked, and it didn’t. The existing larvae were able to pupate, but then died after they crawled out out the heated compost and into the non-heated catchment buckets. Bummer.
A simplified version on my Black Solider Fly Larvae composter will be coming later this Spring with detail plans available on my website. Stay tuned!
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