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Look for the dark frass (or bug poop) on leaves, then spray water on the plant in that general vicinity.
As the insects grow, the Beta Hatch team removes the frass the mealworms produce, and replenishes their food.
Beta Hatch now has a grant in partnership with those scientists to find out if the bugs can still be consumed by livestock, and if the frass will still be safe for plants if they are fed an all-plastic diet.
After hatching, the caterpillars bore into the apples and tunnel to the core before heading out the other side, leaving a trail filled with reddish frass (a polite word for bug poop).
The frass contains a particular type of microbe that enables the larvae to digest the cow dung into which they was born.
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