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    #3376572 - 11/17/04 11:01 PM (12 years, 25 days ago)

OK so i have been reading for about a week now about how to pasteurize manure but i am still very confused. some say oven some say put it into a pillow case and boil it. right now i have a bunch of finch food jars colonizing with pan cyan. i have 8 lbs of dried cow manure and lots of Vern. the chance of getting straw is very slim.

i read that a 70 /30 poo/Vern mix will work

but how do i go about preparing it?

1 more question
1 put it in the oven for 6-8 hours at 65C
can you up the temp and reduce the time i remember that straw has to be below 180f does that apply to this too?


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Re: help? [Re: intrigue]
    #3376648 - 11/17/04 11:18 PM (12 years, 25 days ago)

The mix is right but i only put it in the oven for an hour and a half. Then i let sit in there over night to make sure that its dead cold.I always preheat to 350'and no f-ups yet soo i'd go with the tryed and true.1/2 verm then 1" spawn or seed then poo and verm mix on top.


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Re: help? [Re: scooterbuds]
    #3377577 - 11/18/04 04:37 AM (12 years, 25 days ago)

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Re: help? [Re: intrigue]
    #3377581 - 11/18/04 04:40 AM (12 years, 25 days ago)

Yo
I'll give you dah goods. You can bake or boil.
My friend bakes his at 250 degrees for 90 mins. He stirs it up after 60 mins then returns to oven for another 30.
Mixing vermiculite and peatmoss in will lighten the manure and make it easier for colonization...


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