We recently received the following question from a reader, “Are black soldier fly larvae good or not good for a compost bin to create compost for gardening?” We are happy to answer this inquiry, and provide some additional information about black soldier fly larvae.
Black soldier fly larvae, usually abbreviated as BSFL, are harmless to humans and household pets. They thrive in damp environments, and are commonly used by humans in composting. So to answer our reader’s question, black soldier fly larvae are very good for composting bins! They can turn nutrient-rich waste into animal feed and some people even build black soldier fly farms to assist them in their composting needs.
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