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Offlineanima
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Re: Walnuts?
    #306990 - 05/03/01 09:11 AM (21 years, 20 days ago)

you never know....I've seen B+ grown in Grape Nuts (the cereal, of no small stature i might add) substituted for BRF as you discribe...give it a shot. you never know.
you might just bust sylo's chops and grow a 3 foot mutant monster spewing forth a glorious psilocybin fountain (We can dream can't we?)
have fun

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Re: Walnuts? [Re: anima]
    #309636 - 05/04/01 11:24 PM (21 years, 19 days ago)

Doh....Grape nuts is GRAIN....mainly wheat, with some malt flavor added. Not much different than growing on any grain flour except that it cost 6x as much.

Walnut shells, on the other hand, not much can digest them. Even a "wood loving" species would be hard pressed to make a meal. Every spring when I mow the "back 40" for the first time, I [the mower that is] find countless walnuts that the tree rats had burried in the fall then dug up over the winter. They are still hard as the day they came off the tree, and will stay that way for a LOOONNNGGG time. Walnuts have high concentrations of various tannic acids that act as a natural anti-bacterial and fungicide. Until they have "aged" long enough for these to break down, nothin's gonna touch them.

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