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OfflineTlaloc
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using dung substrate should i mix with anything?
    #311893 - 05/08/01 12:39 AM (17 years, 9 months ago)

Im doing a cow poop substrate tonight....should i mix it with straw, brown rice powder, verm, or leave it alone...


PLZ HELP! Times a tick'n on this prodject.---thanks :D



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Re: using dung substrate should i mix with anything? [Re: Tlaloc]
    #311923 - 05/08/01 01:08 AM (17 years, 9 months ago)

Don't add the brown rice powder it will make an already heavy sustrate even heavier. Don't add anymore straw it contams easy. You can add some vermiculite to help loosen and aerate the mix. Make sure not to get them too wet, the mix should be fairly light and fluffy......

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    #312014 - 05/08/01 03:04 AM (17 years, 9 months ago)



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Re: using dung substrate should i mix with anything? [Re: McMan]
    #312147 - 05/08/01 10:14 AM (17 years, 9 months ago)

i agree with mc-man, straw is the way to go.
just pasturize it an hour at 150-160*F before using,
and it's pretty contam resistant,
also fluffs up the dung and helps retain correct moisture content.

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