The top layer of peat mixture is removed from the container and poured into a bucket. This peat will no longer be reused. Next, the contents of the container should be carefully poured on a tray. After that, with the help of squirrel tail brushes and a plastic spoon, the caviar is laid out in the new boxes. The caviar should be carefully separated from the soil and the whole cocoon transferred to a transparent large tray or thermobox. The tray should stand on electronic scales filled with new acid peat (acidity 2-4 pH) or vermiculite (possibly coconut flakes) to properly measure the amount of baby snails that will be moved to the field in the future. The peat in the tray should be 1 cm deep, cocoons with caviar are laid out on top of it. The scales must be reset (tare) each time, ie the weight of the container with the peat must be subtracted. Fill the thermobox with caviar cocoons, making sure they do not touch each other (otherwise it can provoke rotting of caviar).
Sprinkle the inner lid of the thermobox with water. After that it is necessary to close the thermobox, sign the date and put it in the incubator. Now we have to wait for the baby snails to hatch.