Insect Feeders Info & Care — Dubia Roach Chow

Grain Mite Eliminating and Prevention!

Posted by Ronald Denicola on

Grain mites seem to be the one thing that has attacked our Dubia roach, and Superworm and Mealworm breeding colonies repeatedly over the years.

This document has been put together using personal experience as well as some in-depth information picked together from various sites and other breeders tribal knowledge.

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Prevention of Grain Mites

Posted by Ronald Denicola on

If you are using any grain materials for substrate / bedding in mealworm farm, cricket/roach chow or other habitat, cook the grain in an oven at 200-250 degrees F for 1-2 hours or until the internal temperature reaches 140 degrees for 10-15 minutes. 

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Dubia Roach Chow

Posted by Ronald Denicola on

An overview of dubia chow and food.

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