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Eggs are obtained and kept in any vessel to which air can get we keep them in a tray. In very dry hot weather, as when the West wind blows, cover the trays with a damp cloth, better still with a wet gunny cloth. In very cold weather, cover the tray simil... Læs mere

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Eggs are obtained and kept in any vessel to which air can get we keep them in a tray. In very dry hot weather, as when ... Læs mere

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9781333872076
Sideantal:
174
Udgivet:
01-10-2016
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Eggs are obtained and kept in any vessel to which air can get we keep them in a tray. In very dry hot weather, as when the West wind blows, cover the trays with a damp cloth, better still with a wet gunny cloth. In very cold weather, cover the tray similarly and place it thus covered in the sun during the day, always taking care that the covering cloth does not get dry at night no covering is necessary. The eggs are white when they turn grey, they are going to hatch. They must then be spread out evenly and the smallest leaves of castor spread over them as the worms hatch, they crawl on to the leaves and these leaves can be lifted up and placed in the feeding tray. In hot weather, eggs hatch in seven days in cold weather, they may stay as long as 24 days.

When the worms hatch. Transfer them to feeding trays feed on the small leaves of castor twice a day. Very great care must be tak en of young worms; they must not be mixed with older ones all that hatch on the same day must be kept together. The leaves must not be chopped up but each should be torn into two or three pieces. In dry weather, the leaf dries and the worms should be given fresh leaves three or four times a day; the trays may be covered with wet cloth in order to prevent the leaves drying up soon. In very cold weather, keep the young worms in the sun in the same way as eggs, covered with wet cloth. Worms must never be handled more than absolutely necessary, and that very gently; each day after they have been given fresh leaves, lift them on the leaves to a fresh tray and, when all are moved, clean the tray.

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