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Manna Insect FAQ series - Does temperature matter when growing BSF?

FAQ: It’s often hot here, but it can get cold at night. Does that matter for growing BSF?

Yes, temperature matters a lot, and so does air humidity, and a bunch of other factors, too. That’s why we came up with the idea of using a climatized container! Conditions inside the containers are optimized for BSF rearing and breeding, and all relevant factors including temperature and humidity are controlled with our intelligent MIND 20ft control unit, so you don’t have to worry about weather conditions at all. As a matter of fact, we have grown BSF in -30 C degrees close to Lapland ourselves, and our solutions are operating already in some of the hottest countries in the world! So, we got you covered!

Learn more about the solution on this website and if you already have plans to grow BSF for animal feed or to get rid of biowaste with the help of BSF, fill out the contact form to reach us!

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