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Offlinechills420
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Pasturise compost in autoclave bags???
    #1284801 - 02/06/03 06:33 PM (19 years, 9 months ago)

I'm trying to figure out how this is done
Dung bros and homestead both sell/sold there dung in autoclave bags and say it's pasturised.
How would 1 go about doing this? I'd like to find this out being it would be gr8t to store it like this.
I figure it should last a few months being homestead kits sit for weeks at headshops


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Re: Pasturise compost in autoclave bags??? [Re: chills420]
    #1284816 - 02/06/03 06:37 PM (19 years, 9 months ago)

HS uses really big autoclavs , seeing how they produce as much as they do .
Is theirs pasturized or sterilized ? I thought they believed in the sterilization techniques verses the pasturized one hmmmm .


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Re: Pasturise compost in autoclave bags??? [Re: tripndicular]
    #1284854 - 02/06/03 06:49 PM (19 years, 9 months ago)

heres a link to there site on that page it says pasturized?

I got a friend that works at a head shop and the papers in the homestead kit says the same also.I'll get a scan of it.

Heres the dung bros page
Do not order from here because u will get ripped off
http://www.dungbros.com/order.htm

I'm not sure whats up with that


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Re: Pasturise compost in autoclave bags??? [Re: chills420]
    #1284888 - 02/06/03 07:01 PM (19 years, 9 months ago)

Pasteurization through autoclavable bags is qute simple, and I have just started using this method thanks to the advice of 6T.

Basically you can achieve full pasteurization by filling your autoclavable bag up with your compost/manure, and adding the correct amount of water. You might want to add a tad bit more due to steaming and partial loss of water. You then set your bag in an oven @ 200F, and monitor the internal heat of the substrate with a meat thermometer that has been stuck through the opening on the top of the bag.

You can tie off the bag with a string or use tape. Get the temperature in the center of the bag to about 170-180, and let sit for about 3-4 hours.

Let cool and spawn your grain or whatever you please. It works well because you will not loose nutrients by them being dissolved or taken away by the water when you pasturize with a boiling pot of water in a pillow case.


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Re: Pasturise compost in autoclave bags??? [Re: angryshroom]
    #1284920 - 02/06/03 07:08 PM (19 years, 9 months ago)

thanks man
1 more ?
What kind of bags do you use?
the ones with the filter patch? or a solid bag?


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Re: Pasturise compost in autoclave bags??? [Re: angryshroom]
    #1284982 - 02/06/03 07:25 PM (19 years, 9 months ago)

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Let cool and spawn your grain or whatever you please. It works well because you will not loose nutrients by them being dissolved or taken away by the water when you pasturize with a boiling pot of water in a pillow case.




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