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intersting ? not sure if it belongs here tho
    #2649773 - 05/07/04 01:43 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

i was thinking if out side in nature thers no mold problem what if i took like 5 or 6 quarts of fully colonized rye grass seed and made a 5 gallon bucket of brf and verm with out sterlizing it. mix in the seed and dump it in a small hole would that work i know some ones gunna tell me to do it with straw but i was wondering about this way


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Re: intersting ? not sure if it belongs here tho [Re: tripin420]
    #2649779 - 05/07/04 01:45 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Mix with horse or cow poo instead, they're cheaper and have less chance of contams. Do a search for Moe's outdoor tek.


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Re: interesting ? not sure if it belongs here tho [Re: tripin420]
    #2649857 - 05/07/04 02:09 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

>i was thinking if out side in nature thers no mold problem

There IS a mold problem outside in nature.
The reason why it is not as obvious is the that you don't have highly nutritious sterilized substrates laying around outdoors. If there would be, they would contaminate probably even faster than indoors.


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