Difficulties and common problems in fly maggot farming

1. There is a certain degree of difficulty in the domestication of species of flies, and the time is longer. The solution is: direct introduction. ?

2, species of flies do not lay eggs.

The flies always stay in places where light is strong and do not want to eat food, spawn or spawn very little. The reasons for this are: First, there are mainly environmental factors, such as low temperature, dark light, unpleasant flies in the breeding room, uncleaned food dishes and sponges, spoiled food, and feces. The material is not fresh or over-fermented, the egg-collecting material is not fresh, the breeder smokes in the fly house, the breeder moves the fly in the rearing room, the male flies fly too much, and the female fly flies little. The solution is: the temperature in the farming room is required to be above 22°C and below 38°C. The light should not be too dark to eliminate other odors such as paint. The food plate and sponge should be cleaned once every 2 days, and the sponge should be replaced every 20 days. Every day, fresh flies are used to feed the flies. The feed requirements of the fly larvae are preferably fresh (within 3 days). The mash should be ready for use. The amber can not be fed with EM or flies. Like substances entering, smoking is strictly forbidden in the breeding room. Breeders or visitors should move gently into the breeding room. It is forbidden to scare the flies. Let the flies know that we are not their enemies. The fly maggots are guaranteed to have enough female species to fly. To solve the above problems, it is very easy to make flies more eggs.

3. The fly larvae climb out before they grow up.

Under normal breeding conditions, the fly larvae climbed out of the dunghill after being matured, but some of the bred larvae crawled out before they grew up. A lot of fly larvae crawled back and forth on the dunghills. Do not want to drill into the dunghill to eat food. This is mainly due to the fact that the temperature in the manure is too low. When the temperature of the manure is below 27°C, it is difficult for fly maggots to absorb the nutrients in the manure, and the manure is not fresh or fermented excessively after entering the fly house. After fermentation, the temperature in the manure was too low. The fly maggots could not absorb nutrients from the manure in the dunghills. The fly maggots had to drill out the dunghills for food. The solution is: increase the temperature in the farming room, the temperature of the manure will increase, the nutrients can be absorbed by the fly maggots, and fresh fly ash will be placed on the fly larvae Feeding fecal material; Second, too many fly maggots, fecal material is not enough, the nutrients in the fecal material has been eaten by the fly maggots, no food, fly maggots had to come out and find food. The solution is to add new fecal material. The above situation occurs most in spring and autumn.

4. The fly larvae are not automatically separated or separated.

The principle of automatic separation is to use the physiological characteristics of the fly maggots. The fly maggots need to be larvae after they mature, but they do not like to phlegm in the growing dunghills. They will crawl out of the dunghill, but The wall of the pool was blocked by the breeding pond. They had to walk along the sides of the wall. When they reached the barrel, they touched a tiny slope. Instead, they rushed to climb up and climbed. On the edge of the barrel, a sudden downhill run (with no eyes on the fly) prevented them from falling into the harvesting bucket by surprise and could no longer climb. Sometimes, especially in the winter and spring seasons, it is always found that the fly larvae are not clean and many fly larvae are decomposed in feces. The reason is that the temperature in the culture room is too low, less than 20°C, and the temperature in the dunghill is above 30°C. The fly maggots immediately climb out and immediately feel that the outside temperature will be detrimental to phlegm elimination, and they have to defuse in the dunghills. The second is that the cultured dunghills are too large. The fly maggots next to them are automatically separated. The maggots that live in the dunghills crawl for a long time and have not climbed out of the dung. Without eyes, they think that the dunghills are boundless. , And then climb is futile, but had no choice but to dispel it in the dunghill; Third, the frequent activities of the fly maggots always make the manure even when the manure is filled, and the fly quail even climbs out. Road is gone. The solution is: the time of automatic separation of fly larvae is 3~9 o'clock. During this time, the temperature should be above 20 o C. The weight of feces in each eel brewing pond should be less than 100 kilograms, and 2 to 3 times per day should be blocked. The manure pool shovel to the middle of the manure, so that the roadside of the fly larvae breeding pool unobstructed.

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