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  1. This article is from ECHO Asia Note #28 Farm-generated fertility contributes to a more sustainable agricultural system. Crop residues and manures are part of the nutrient cycle for plant production and can lower input costs through the use of thermophilic composting, vermiculture, bokashi...  
  2. This article is from ECHO Asia Note #17 Around the world, many agriculturists and gardeners are adopting soil amendments and fertilizers that are called bokashi. Bokashi is a Japanese word that has no good translation into English, according to Yukiko Oyanagi, a staffer with the Asian Rural...  
  3. 23/10/2017 Des insectes pour l'alimentation humaine et animale Bambou résilient Invitation to LEAD Asia Web-Based Talk Échos de Notre Réseau: Conseils sur les haies vives Banque de Semences d’ECHO: Le tamarin: une addition de tarte pour le jardin familial Nouvelles sorties de publications électroniques:...  
  4. 03/01/2013 This article is from ECHO Asia Note # 41. Integrating Black Soldier Flies on the Farm The BSF or Black Soldier Fly (Hermetia illucens) brings great potential to any farming system through its ability to consume on-farm waste and produce a highly nutritious feed source. The larvae of the BSF can...  
  5. 21/11/2019 Session :Black soldier fly larvae are an insect species that can convert low-value waste products into high-value small livestock feed. These novel insects have great potential to increase the productivity of small animal production in resource limited conditions where feed resources are...  
  6. This article is from ECHO Asia Note #20 Farm-generated fertility makes agriculture more sustainable. Crop residues and manures are part of the nutrient cycle and can lower input costs through the use of thermophilic composting, vermiculture, bokashi production, or green manures. Farm-generated...  
  7. 31/01/2018 Patrick Trail, en collaboration avec ECHO Asie à Chiang Mai en Thaïlande, a partagé quelques commentaires après avoir lu le récent article de EDN sur les insectes comestibles. Il nous a écrit quelques commentaires sur ses expériences et ses observations.  
  8. 28/06/2017 This video presents the relevant tasks required to run a Black Soldier Fly facility. For more detailed information and a free download of the "Black Soldier Fly Biowaste Processing - A Step-by-Step Guide", go to: https://goo.gl/gBT8dv  
  9. Benefits 1. Efficient recycling of clean vegetable residues. 2. Feed and multiply earthworms to populate a garden area of up to 1000 sq. ft. (32’ X 32’). 3. Protect young worms from animal predators. 4. Worm numbers per bed increased 25 fold, over 6 months at ECHO in N. Fort Meyers, FL. 5....  
  10. Abstract,Animals, 2019 Black soldier fly (BSF) larvae and pre-pupae could be satisfactorily raised on household organic waste and used as poultry feed, offering a potential sustainable way to recycle untapped resources of waste. The present study was conducted to determine if whole (non-defatted)...