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LARVAL REARING - grow larvae on supplied diet or on plant matter in individual rearing cups.
PUPATION - Larvae will eventually pupate in the rearing cups. You can inspect and sex pupae at this stage before transferring them to the moth bucket.
MOTH EMERGENCE - Prepare a moth bucket to place pupae in and prepare a honey solution for the moths to feed on once they emerge.
EGG COLLECTION - Once your moths start laying eggs, collect the eggs daily by changing nappy liners on the moth bucket. Allow your eggs to hatch if you wish to grow a second generation of Helicoverpa.
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