Published 1 December 2008
Tags: Aquaculture Links, BioSystems Design, Black Soldier Fly, Composting, Ento-meal, Hermetia Illucens, Insect-Based Feed, larvae cultvation, larvae meal, mag meal, maggot meal, waste management
To complement the article on Compiled Black Soldier Fly cultivation techniques, I’ve added the bibliography of Black Soldier Fly research articles in the hopes that you fine people will help me add articles I may have missed. Where possible, I will be adding links to the free or purchasable articles. If you fine individuals find online links of the pay or free variety, please post in the comments section so I can post them.
In order by year and by alphabetical Article Title: Continue reading ‘Black Soldier Fly Research Complete Bibliography’
Published 9 July 2008
Tags: Aquaculture Links, Bio-Conversion, BioSystems Design, Black Soldier Fly, Black Soldier Fly Cultivation, Entomology, Fish Feed, Hermetia Illucens, Insect-Based Feed, Insect-Feed, Larvae Cultivation
The following represents the “nuts and bolts” facts relevant to Black Soldier Fly cultivation which were found buried inside of research texts. The key distinguishing factor is that they are organized by environmental considerations (in bold). Where inconsistencies are found they are noted. Assistance, suggestions, along the lines of additional sources, inconsistencies, and added environmental considerations are highly welcome. I hope to make this a very active post.
Links to the direct online texts quoted are posted at the bottom… Continue reading ‘Black Soldier Fly: Compiled Research On Best Cultivation Practices’
In the future I’ll be posting up an article on why BioSystems Design (and now others) are placing their bets on a product substitute for fishmeal. In advance of this article, I’d like to put up what I view as the best links for researching fishmeal.
During my research, my goal was to determine supply, elasticity of demand, and other competitive substitutes. Keep this fact in mind… Continue reading ‘Best Fishmeal Research Links’