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-------------------- Pitbulls are like any other dog, they can be trained to be nasty or they can be trained to be good, some are smart and some are stupid, just like every other breed.
Their tough, stubborn and loyal, which is easily turned into something horrible in the wrong hands.
Quote: Do all the differnt seeds that I'm using have a possiblity of having endospores on them
Yes it is possible.
Quote: (should I be soaking them for the 24 hours first like rye)
I would. This is optional, you must find the process that suits better for you.
Quote: Also, would there be a concern of Bacillus conamination after the substrate is fully colonized, I have 2 jars that are cased and are almost pinning that didnt have a problem. But one that does that didnt get fully colinized.
It's more difficult for contamination to grow after full mycellar colonization is achieved, but the attack and growth of aggressive molds it's still possible. My advice is to separate contaminated substrates from healthy substrates. Bacillus can be hard to fight and cross contamination is possible.
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