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OfflineGratefulDread
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Oven pasteurization of manure
    #1463365 - 04/16/03 10:01 AM (21 years, 2 months ago)

I was wondering if I could pasteurize manure in the oven. I have extra large myco bags that will hold about 10-20 lbs apiece. What I was thinking about doing was adding water and some vermiculite to the manure to bring it to the correct moisture content, filling the bags and sealing them, and then baking them at 160-170 for 2 hours in a roasting pan with a layer of water in the bottom.

Can anyone see anything wrong with this idea or has anyone ever tried this or something like it?


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Re: Oven pasteurization of manure [Re: GratefulDread]
    #1463380 - 04/16/03 10:11 AM (21 years, 2 months ago)

Look carefully, http://www.shroomery.org/index/par/22994 .


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Re: Oven pasteurization of manure [Re: Anno]
    #1463434 - 04/16/03 10:41 AM (21 years, 2 months ago)

Thanks Anno.

I have no thermometer so I was thinking that 3 hours at 170 would do the job instead of starting at 350 then dropping the temp.

But reading the 6T comments I think I'll try out pcing the manure and see how that works out.

Guess I haven't read everything on here yet. lol

Thanks
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Re: Oven pasteurization of manure [Re: GratefulDread]
    #1463802 - 04/16/03 12:51 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

Quote:

I was wondering if I could pasteurize manure in the oven. I have extra large myco bags that will hold about 10-20 lbs apiece. What I was thinking about doing was adding water and some vermiculite to the manure to bring it to the correct moisture content, filling the bags and sealing them, and then baking them at 160-170 for 2 hours in a roasting pan with a layer of water in the bottom.

Can anyone see anything wrong with this idea or has anyone ever tried this or something like it?




i have tested this method .
use a roasting pan with lid, or a pyrex casserole dish works even better .
i use a grate in the bottom of the pan, so the bag gets steam heat from all sides .
set oven to 350*F, heat pan with water till it starts to simmer .{about 30-45 min.)
turn it down to 200, put your oven bag in, and cover .
10 lb. of poo well done in 2 hr. without moisture loss .


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Re: Oven pasteurization of manure [Re: deanofmean]
    #1464385 - 04/16/03 03:47 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

don't you find 200 a bit high?


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Re: Oven pasteurization of manure [Re: canid]
    #1464751 - 04/16/03 05:37 PM (21 years, 2 months ago)

in a dry oven it would be .
i used a thermometer when i did it, and the temp inside the pot was 170 .

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Re: Oven pasteurization of manure [Re: GratefulDread]
    #16070209 - 04/10/12 01:27 PM (12 years, 2 months ago)

when i first tried this tek for pasteurization of my sub and i could never get my sub to reach an internal temp of 170 degrees while having my oven on its lowest setting, which was (170f). I used my steamer/canner to hold my sub. w/ lid. I also stuck a meat thermometer in the sub to make sure it reached the required temp.  I had my sub. in the oven at 170 for maybe 3 hours and i checked the temp every once in a while, my sub never went over 120 degrees. I played with it after that. w/ my oven i ended up turning it up to 250 and watched to make sure my sub would not go ober 180 degrees. once my sub reached 170 degrees i turned my oven back down to 170 degrees and let it do its thing for 2 full hours after i knew the temp reached optimal levels.

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