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Edible Insect Cultivation in Northeastern Thailand

Edible Insect Cultivation in Northeastern Thailand

Nakhon ratchasima, Thailand. 8th March 2013 -- Edible crickets pictured on coconut husks at a rural home in northeast Thailand. Cultivation of insects provides a much needed additional source of income for some families in this poorest region of the country. -- Edible insect cultivation provides some northeastern Thais with an additional source of income. Crickets are the most commonly cultivated, taking three months to mature from larvae stage to being large enough to sell at around .00 per kilo.
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March 8, 2013
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