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Black soldier fly larvae production

by Green Network
Black soldier fly larvae production
Black soldier fly larvae production
Black soldier fly larvae production
Black soldier fly larvae production
Black soldier fly larvae production
Black soldier fly larvae production

Summary

The project will consider the feasibility of rearing Hermetia illucens (black soldier fly or BSF) using their larvae to primarily supplement fish and livestock feed . Considerations will also be given for the utilisation of the larvae castings as organic fertiliser.

$5,000
total goal
$4,924
remaining
12
days

Challenge

The problems are high cost of fishmeal , soya and disposal of organic waste in the community

Solution

This project will help in reducing the cost of protein used in animal feed ,black soldier fly converts organic waste into protein and fertiliser.This helps with waste management and boost the production of crops, fish and livestock farming.

Long-Term Impact

This project is a sustainable farming method.

Resources

https:/​/​greennetwork.org.uk/​
www.greennetwork.org.uk

Organization Information

Green Network

Location: Lindfield - United Kingdom
Website:
Project Leader:
Niran Adigun
Lindfield, United Kingdom
September 2020 Accelerator
Donations: $76 raised ($5,000 needed)
 
Donors: 2 (40 needed)
 
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