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  1. Check it: https://umdearborn.edu/casl/centers-institutes/environmental-interpretive-center/research-resources/sustainability-initiatives/composting/blatticomposting https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c_AaZ2-tK9M < Kyle Kandilian of Roach Crossing https://www.roachcrossing.com/about-us/
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  2. I've used Eublaberus sp. "Ivory" and E. serranus. All you really need is a healthy starting number, an appropriate sized enclosure, and warmth. Once the colony gets big enough food disappears really quickly. I will say though I've had a lot of problems with too much moisture getting trapped in the enclosure because of all the water in fruits and veggies, so I would recommend good ventilation to prevent you ending up with a swamp in a bin. Thanks, Arthroverts
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