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Read my post. I said that I would PC anyways - but how can a grain soaked in an anti-bacterial/anti-spore solution not be more clean and more resistant to bacteria and contaminate spores? I don't see how "it doesn't work" makes sense.
Will grains soaked in the solution be more resistant to contams? I would think so.
Do I think that using it as a substitute for PC'ing is the way to go? Hell no, that is why I own a PC.
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Quote: rlnstnd420 said: Yes please make a tek. I am interested in trying to use the peroxide tek but I only have spores to work with. i mean, if bleach is used, can you skip all the sterilizing and pressure cooking? anything to simplify the process would be appreciated.
The original poster disappeared, never to be heard from again, three months after making this thread. Peroxide and/or bleach are not substitutes for pressure cooking. Neither bleach nor peroxide will kill all bacterial endospores. Soaking in bleach before pressure cooking would be like wearing a parachute in your car. It would serve no purpose.
This thread was started when that silly 'peroxide tek' was floating around, with some dude trying to charge $20 or more for a few pages printed off his computer showing how to use peroxide rather than sterilizing. It's horrible. I don't know of one single grower who tried it(including myself) who still thinks it's a viable technique. RR
SWIM is using doc's wbs tek and once colonized, moving to a monotub for fruiting. Should SWIM bother with casing? If so, is just verm + used coffee grounds sufficient? what ratio? obviously SWIM is a newbie.