Let us now take a look at the growth of rice bugs!
This is an ordinary rice.
In general, we all think that rice will grow insects because of its own eggs.
Because the eggs are very small, people’s eyes are invisible at all.
However, it was only known today that rice worms did not lay eggs in the rice dumplings but laid eggs directly in the rice grains.
Then wait until the high temperature hatches into small bugs.
However, they will continue to absorb nutrients in rice and gradually grow.
When it is ripe to break out of rice again, this grain of rice is also declared obsolete.
Then they will turn their attention to other grains of rice, and if there is no rice, they will go to other foods.
And because they are surrounded by their favorite rice, they grow quickly and multiply quickly.
A close-up look at the rice bugs is that they are long and like this, a bit like Tinglirus or young cockroaches.