Ok thats says im making a culture and im putting yeast in. When i put the yeast in do i mix it in or let it sit on the top?
this was the first response from the other thread you started about yeast. this is also exactly what i do. i dont even add enough to cover the top, just a pinch.mindcrash said:You just need to use a pinch of it and spread it out evenly on the top of the media once it's all mixed.
Relax Nathan, did you really expect a flood of answers in 24 minutes?xGoldenxTreeFrogx said:Come on people some help would be nice.
Do you feed Fleishman's Bakers Yeast to your springtails, or is plain white rice ok? Thanks.ED's_Fly_Meat_Inc said:Just a pinch of baker's yeast on top. Fleishman's Bakers Yeast is a good product and available in most grocery stores. Notice though that it is baker's and not brewers yeast. While some species of fruit flies do indeed eat fruit, or at least their larva do. Drosophila melanogaster eat yeast. But they don't need a lot of it. Just a pinch will do you fine. A quarter size area on top and no more than that.