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InvisibleCow Shit Collector
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Re: Cow Poooooo!
    #265841 - 03/05/01 03:42 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Ok, I'm looking at the bag now,

Total Nitrogen--------1.00% (0.4 water soluble Organic N / 0.6 non soluble)
p2o5 Phosphate-------- 1.00%
k2o Soluble Potash-------- 1.00%

Derived from: Cow Manure
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Cl-----------1.00% (375-0560)

It says it's "the natural choice for feeding gardens while adding organic matter"

Anyway,
So I should just go talk to farmer joe for some patties or is this stuff ok?

and, what method/teq would you suggest for the use of manure (indoor method?) I have a pressure cooker and was going to sterilize the jars

ps: I ment BR, i was just stoned when I wrote it :)

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Re: Cow Poooooo! [Re: Cow Shit Collector]
    #266047 - 03/05/01 07:52 AM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Nitrogen's good, Phosphate's good. And I have no idea what Potash is but I'm gonna make a shot in the dark and say that if it were bad for growth, I probably would've heard of it before. Hell, I'd say go ahead and use it, we'll see what happens.

I wouldn't use just manure though. I'd do PF cakes because you can't screw them up; Once the jars are colonized, pasteurize your manure and lay it in a tray or terrarium. Spawn the manure with the crumbled cakes and moisten the whole conglomerate.

If you can, I suggest mixing it with chopped straw or vermiculite for aeration.




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Re: Cow Poooooo! [Re: Kast]
    #266155 - 03/05/01 12:48 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

whenever i try to use cakes to spawn, i always get contams that stink like yeast or somthing, some really strong ethanol! So can i just mix the manure and verm in my jars and sterilize them?



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Re: Cow Poooooo! [Re: Cow Shit Collector]
    #266537 - 03/05/01 11:30 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

can i use manure in the PF teq?



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Re: Cow Poooooo! [Re: Cow Shit Collector]
    #266870 - 03/06/01 02:26 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

The only people crazy enough to have tried using manure in the PF tek are Hippie and PF. I have no experience with this and I don't remember anyone I know ever having tried this. So if you want to experiment, I wish you the best of luck. Just mind your water ratio and be sure to sterilize thoroughly.

If you're getting bacteria it's not because of your cakes, it's because of your procedure. If you're getting a mold, it MAY be because of your cakes. Whatever you were spawning wasn't sterilized/pasteruized well enough and always wear latex (or latex-free) gloves when mixing spawn and bulk substrate. If you can, do it in a glove-box or a clean-room.



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Re: Cow Poooooo! [Re: Kast]
    #268662 - 03/09/01 03:14 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

I'm doin it :) one jar using a little BR and Lots o' shit, some verm too, it's sterilizing now and i'll let ya know how that goes, probally gonna inoculate with ummmmm PESAs or somthin' PFs mabey.



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