Smart. Insect. Farming.

by Cepri

The Reproduction

Mealworm reproduction includes the pupation of the larvae, the keeping of the beetles and the redistribution of the insect eggs. After larvae have been fed for several weeks, they begin to pupate. The pupa is immobile and after several days of metamorphosis it finally develops into a meal beetle. The meal beetles are sexually separated, so only the female beetles lay eggs after mating.

The Reproduction

Mealworm reproduction includes the pupation of the larvae, the keeping of the beetles and the redistribution of the insect eggs. After larvae have been fed for several weeks, they begin to pupate. The pupa is immobile and after several days of metamorphosis it finally develops into a meal beetle. The meal beetles are sexually separated, so only the female beetles lay eggs after mating.

The Reproduction

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The Solution

Through innovations in the keeping of the beetles, the separation of the different stages and the distribution of the insect eggs, we reduce the mortality in the insect population and increase the number of offspring many times over, so that the full potential of an insect farm can develop.

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