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InvisibleChibboleth
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casing millet question
    #2552104 - 04/12/04 07:46 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

My foaf has got some pint jars of millet and some foil loaf pans. His plan has been to case the one in the other with some coir. He's never done this with pints of millet though - is a pint jar enough to directly case like this?


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Re: casing millet question [Re: Chibboleth]
    #2552111 - 04/12/04 07:49 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

you'll prob be fine if you wanna do this
but remember the more substrate the higher the yields
starter has also done some cool stuff with millet to increase the yields
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Re: casing millet question [Re: Chibboleth]
    #2552113 - 04/12/04 07:49 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

make sure its a smaller container...not like 12x12 but like 4x4 or something so you have a good depth of millet.


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Re: casing millet question [Re: dobinky]
    #2552158 - 04/12/04 08:08 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

The pans he has are 5x9. He used 5x9s a long time ago in his first experiments with casing PF cakes... that worked out, but there's probably a little less volume in these pint jars.


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Re: casing millet question [Re: Chibboleth]
    #2552160 - 04/12/04 08:09 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

fimd some straw...pasterize (boiul for 50 min) then mix it with the millet. incubate and few days later case it. so simple and great results.


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