MUSCA is a kind of fly officially named Musca domestica. MUSCA is one of the extremely important keys for resolving global food crisis, and it is filled with the great potential that we have been hoping for.
After 45 years of long-term research, the circulation system using our special fly larvae finally got into practical use. MUSCA system is a technology applying Russian research technology aimed at the treatment of excrement and conversion it to food in the universe. We succeeded in fully recycling livestock feces and processing residues which had ever been composted into high quality organic fertilizer and feed.
Produced organic fertilizer is chiefly used for agricultural crop cultivation, and feed is used for livestock industry and aquaculture industry. Afterwards, newly emerging livestock manure and processed residues of products such as meat, vegetables, and fish are reused for the production of organic fertilizer and feed.
With the MUSCA system, it is possible to continuously supply organic fertilizer and feed essential for supporting livestock, fishery and aquaculture.
Since the research began in the former Soviet Union, we crossbred houseflies over 1,100 generations for 45years. What is truthworthy is that the growth rate is faster than ordinary ones, they do not die easily even though you keep them at high density, and they lay large amounts of eggs at once.
In the past, it took two to three months to compost livestock feces, but with the advent of this special house fly, we succeeded in composting in a short period of one week.
Put the livestock feces on the tray and plant the house fly eggs on it. Livestock excreta containing 70% of moisture will become moist and granular after 3 days and will dry smoothly after 5 days.
The tray is controlled indoors in a treatment room kept at room temperature of 30 degrees and humidity of 70%.
Egg hatches after 8 hours, becomes a larva, and works out. Larvae convert livestock excreta into good quality organic fertilizer by digestion, enzymatic decomposition by eating organic matter contained in livestock manure. When growing to a certain extent, it crawls out of livestock excreta and falls to the larva receptacle installed at the bottom. In this way, larvae and fertilizer are separated without human intervention or treatment process.
Processing process will end in 6 ~ 7 days. Digestive enzymes from larvae have a bactericidal effect, and by sterilizing causative bacteria of foul odor, there is an effect of eliminating the offensive odor generated during composting. Larvae and grown pupa will eventually become fish and bird feeds as good quality protein, livestock excreta digested and enzymatically degraded will be used as organic fertilizer for agricultural crops.