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OfflineRoll's all day
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WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO PASTEURIZE, STERALIZE STRAWWWW ????
    #1262469 - 01/30/03 04:48 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

My friend has a lot of straw but can't find any good faq's on pasteurizing it. He has near fully colonized jars of rye berries - b+ strain. He's ready to case some for immediate results, and he wants to transfer some to either rye berries or to straw. Can anybody help him out with suggestions on pasteurizing straw or whether to just stick with rye berries? Thanks for your time.


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Re: WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO PASTEURIZE, STERALIZE STRAWWWW ???? [Re: Roll's all day]
    #1262551 - 01/30/03 05:19 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

case to rye berries??? That wouldn't exactly help out in terms of keeping alot of moisture in their environment to promote fruiting. Pasteurizing straw isn't too hard to find info about. Check out some of the vendor sites which have tutorials about doing that kind of stuff. Use your oven, mix your straw into it at around 150-250F for 1-2 hours. Check out those sites for more info. GL


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Re: WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO PASTEURIZE, STERALIZE STRAWWWW ???? [Re: Roll's all day]
    #1262573 - 01/30/03 05:26 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)



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Re: WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO PASTEURIZE, STERALIZE STRAWWWW ???? [Re: Roll's all day]
    #1262878 - 01/30/03 07:17 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

I am going from rye berries to straw and dung too.
Here is what I did -
1. Get a huge pot or many many pots.
2. cut the straw into little pieces - like one and two inch pieces. You needs some good shears and strong arms.
3. once the straw is cut you put it into a pillow case and tie it with some string.
4. Heat the water and no matter what don't let the water reach 200 deg. I keep it at 180 and leave the straw in the water for two hours. You wil need a weight to keep the pillow case below the water.
5. After two hours take the pillow case into the bath tub and stomp the water out.
6. Open the bag and let the straw cool.
7. While the straw is cooking, mix the dung and water (not to much water) and cook at 175 for two hours. Don't forget to put Reynolds wrap over the pan.
8. Mix the two together and at the rye berries. let them sit for five to seven days and then case.
I have already done 103 bags of rye berries with another 100 on the way.


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Re: WHAT IS THE BEST WAY TO PASTEURIZE, STERALIZE STRAWWWW ???? [Re: Roll's all day]
    #1263002 - 01/30/03 08:03 PM (14 years, 1 month ago)

Straw by it's self is IMHO, a one flush -- flash in the pan substrate.

So, suggest you mix in 70% bovine dung to 30% straw, then pasturize that, however you want.

It will go a lot further, lemme tell ya.

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