As if I am not busy enough with so many calls, BH visits, report preparation, conversion of shop houses into BH, revamp of semi finished BHs, organizing seminars, looking after visitors, setting up of insect barn, installation of mobile insect generating unit, update my blog, face book (harrykok) and many many more.
Today received a very interesting call from a BH owner who recently completed a four stories BH and each floor is about 14,000 square feet.
"Pak Harry, I need some help. Can you arrange to meet me in Butterworth next week? I need some professional advise on how to get my newly launched BH populated."
I look forward to meet him on Tuesday to see what I can help with his unusual problem with an unusual sized BH.
Anyway before I get more details about his interesting story let me show you something that I have been working on.
Been carrying out some tests on the insect generating powder in a BH in Kepong, Selangor.
The latest findings are as follows:
1) It is better to start the insect generation in stages.
When those insects are little in numbers you will find that the amount of insect generating powder might be too much. Good example: if you are about to start the insect breeding you purchased say 5 kg of the insect generating powder. It is better for you to find a way to get those starter insects. The method that i recently wrote to one of my client is as follows: