Feed the crickets well. Like most insects, they will eat finely ground oatmeal, commercial cricket food and minced fruits and vegetables.
Water the crickets. Soak a paper towel or sponge and wring most of the water out of it, then place it in the cricket container and they will suck the water out of it. Replace it every other day.
Provide nesting material. Place a small container with 2 to 3 inches of damp sand or peat moss on the floor of the cricket container. Breeding crickets will lay their eggs in this material.
Check the nesting material 3 or 4 times a week to make sure it stays moist. Spray with water when necessary. When the nesting material is filled with small white oval cricket eggs -- after 4 to 7 days -- remove it to an incubator.
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