Excerpt from The "American Silk Raiser": A Complete Instruction on Silk Culture
When the time comes for hatching, place the eggs on large sheets of white paper in a room, the temperature of which is uniformly maintained at 75 0 or 80°fahrenheit. This room should be furnished ... with a table, of length proportioned to the number of worms to be raised upon it. A strip of wood one inch high should extend around the table, and other strips of equal height should be laid across it, so as to divide its surface into square compartments, in which the worms may be kept separ ate according to their progressive stages of development.
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