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Fliegenzuchtstation in der Küche gegen zukünftige Eiweißengpässe (Video)

Anton Waldt
July 30, 2013
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Die Designerin Katharina Unger hat eine praktische Lösung zukünftig drohender Eiweißengpässe ausgetüftelt: Farm 432, die kompakte Fliegenzucht für die Küche. In der Box sollen Larven der Soldatenfliege (Hermetia illucens) gedeihen, wobei ein Brutzyklus von 18 Tagen (432 Stunden) etwa 2,4 Kilo tierisches Eiweiß liefern soll. Als Input braucht die Brutmaschine dabei lediglich ein Gramm Fliegeneier, Wasser und Essensreste. Video nach dem Break.

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