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Zophobas Morio Semiindustrial Cultivation Peculiaritie

Nagdalian A. Ashotovich, Pushkin S. Viktorovich, Rzhepakovsky I. Vladimirovich, Povetkin, S. Nikolaevich, Simonov, A. Nikolaevich, Verevkina M. Nikolaevna, Ziruk I. Vladimirovna

In order to develop various Zophobas morio cultivation ways, the experiments were conducted to find out the optimal storage and reproduction conditions. Based on the acquired data, the Zophobas morio cultivation technology was developed. The dependencies were found between different fodder substances and the specimens’ growth and reproduction rates. The optimal cultivation fodder substance was also found.


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