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pasteurizing horse shit
    #2154586 - 12/03/03 12:00 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

I was just wondering if anybody had a tek on pasteurizing shit? also any other tips that might help on finding and using wild horse dung as a casing substrate. thanks! :confused: 

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Re: pasteurizing horse shit [Re: krinklebein]
    #2154806 - 12/03/03 01:18 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)


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Re: pasteurizing horse shit [Re: krinklebein]
    #2154819 - 12/03/03 01:21 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

from the FAQ:

"What is a good way to pasteurize straw and dung?

Put the straw and/or dung into a pillow case, submerge in pot with water with a weight on top at 170?F for one hour.
Don?t exceed 170?F, check the temperature frequently with a thermometer.
After 1 hour take the pillow case out and use your oven rack on top of the sink. Put it on that and let it drain for several hours. When it has cooled down somewhat , give it a squeeze, as hard as you can. Then fluff it up and leave on the rack to drain/dry out a bit more.
After it?s cold (might take several hours) you can spawn it."

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Re: pasteurizing horse shit [Re: ]
    #2154922 - 12/03/03 01:51 PM (14 years, 6 months ago)

From my experience -

Put it in a pillow case and run water THROUGH the pillowcase to fill the pot to where the entire case can be submerged (usually with a weight on top). This makes the water penetrate all through the shit/straw/compost. Take the pillowcase out and heat hte water to around 170 (160-200 is fine, 200 is where ya start to get too high). When you know what setting leads to wtaer being 170 degrees, and the water is 170 degrees, put the pillowcase in and weigh it down. Wait 15 minuts before starting the 1h30m timer. Ths makes suer it's EXPOSED to the pasteurization temps for the right amount of time.

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