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OfflineMycoJunkie
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Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice)
    #4008175 - 04/03/05 12:28 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)


Alright, I heard something like this in a tek for straw a while ago, but I was curious as to whether or not it would work with horse poo.

1. Take your 2 rubbermaid tubs and put one inside of the other for insulation.
2. Add the aged/leeched/ammonia-free horse poo.
3. Add a bit of hot water, and then add some boiling water to bring the temp up to 160.
4. Keep temp between 160 and 180 for a couple of hours.

Now, the parts I'm confused about are:
A. What is the temp range you want to keep the poo at? Was I correct when I said 160-180? Or was it 140-160? I forgot  :sad:
B. How long should I pasturize it for? Is 2 hours overkill?
C. Aren't I supposed to add some lime? How much and what kind?

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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: MycoJunkie]
    #4008180 - 04/03/05 12:30 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)



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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: MycoJunkie]
    #4008182 - 04/03/05 12:30 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

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MycoJunkie said:
Was I correct when I said 160-180? Or was it 140-160? I forgot  :sad:





Yep, this will work.  Sustained temperature between 140-180 is just what you want.  2 hours is sufficient.

No need to add lime.

Have fun  :grin:


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: MycoJunkie]
    #4008197 - 04/03/05 12:40 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

I just use a baking bag and a stainless steel container...I use a temp probe and make shure it doesnt get much hotter than 170


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: PawPaw]
    #4008361 - 04/03/05 01:54 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Ahh.. I see. Nice. So I could just use a couple of autoclav bags and put 'em on the stove and cook the shit up nice and good!

Sweetness! Easier than I thought man...

Thx for you guyses help.

And thx for the link Pris, I'll be sure to PM that to myself. Apparently I could do 175` F for 30-40 mins. Poo in a pillowcase on the stove.


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: MycoJunkie]
    #4008371 - 04/03/05 01:57 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

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MycoJunkie said:
So I could just use a couple of autoclav bags and put 'em on the stove and cook the shit up nice and good!





Sure can, even makes things easier if you have an impulse sealer. Impulse autoclave bags w/ pre-moistened horse poo loaded into bags, and submerge in bath of water for pasterurization. No mess and easy.



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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: Holydiver]
    #4008380 - 04/03/05 02:00 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Niiice. Damn.. Once I get these spores I'm gonna set up a mini-bulk grow. I can't wait.. I kept putting off bulk horse poo 'cause I thought it was complicated.


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: MycoJunkie]
    #4008405 - 04/03/05 02:12 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Hmm...If they were sealed..I could fill a laundry bag up with poo bags...and do like 2 dozen bags in my trash can all at once...hrm....guess its time to find my sealer...


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: scatmanrav]
    #4008454 - 04/03/05 02:38 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

The only thing about pasturizing ur poo on the stove is that you have to buy a seperate pot. Unless of course you use autoclavable bags. But even then, using the pot for food is still kind of gross.


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: MycoJunkie]
    #4008570 - 04/03/05 03:16 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Pot on a stove hell...



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How I do grain (old still good tips)
Turn your closet into a fruiting chamber
Casing layer colonization and overlay


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: scatmanrav]
    #4008575 - 04/03/05 03:18 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Not everyone has a hot plate :P

But yeah, a huge metal bucket!! Good idea man, thx!!


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: scatmanrav]
    #4008587 - 04/03/05 03:21 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Damn son ...no wonder you need a lot of poo :grin:


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: MycoJunkie]
    #4008611 - 04/03/05 03:32 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Quote:

MycoJunkie said:
Not everyone has a hot plate :P

But yeah, a huge metal bucket!! Good idea man, thx!!




I didnt untill agar suggest I get one...Thermodyne 1900 off ebay, was about 40 bucks to my door and goes up to 300 degrees C...they go on ebay often for cheap. Make sure you get a lab style though if you go with it (the same brand is usually the cheapest quality ones but any lab one will do, not them cheapo stove ones though) Add to a 10 dollar trash can, siliconed well inside, and out...you got a 20 gallon pasteurizer for 50 bucks.

You could also install a heating element from a water heater (elements can be found at home depot and many other places) into the side of the trashcan, and set it up on bricks. With a dial wired into it, you could do it without the hotplate. Hot plate serves many purposes though and fairly cheap :smile:

You can also get large metal tubs, shroter, but bigger around...I saw them at home depot...it would fit right in the middle of a stove, sitting on all 4 burners...that would cook up some shit quick like.


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Growing with bags, start to finish (including my new grain and substrate prep)
Anyone looking to start bulk tubs/mono tubs/shotgun hybrids? Good tubs to use..
How I do grain (old still good tips)
Turn your closet into a fruiting chamber
Casing layer colonization and overlay


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: scatmanrav]
    #4008854 - 04/03/05 04:57 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Im buying a hotplate when i get a new stove...Ive totally fucked up my stove because of pressure cooking so much...
I replaced the socket many many times because the PC keeps so much heat in that area


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: PawPaw]
    #4008880 - 04/03/05 05:03 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

I'm thinking about buying a propane heater.

King of the Hill has me sold on using propane.

lolzz


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Re: Is this an alright way to pasturize horse crap? (Need experienced advice) [Re: scatmanrav]
    #4012045 - 04/04/05 11:17 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Quote:

scatmanrav said:
Quote:

MycoJunkie said:
Not everyone has a hot plate :P

But yeah, a huge metal bucket!! Good idea man, thx!!




I didnt untill agar suggest I get one...Thermodyne 1900 off ebay, was about 40 bucks to my door and goes up to 300 degrees C...they go on ebay often for cheap. Make sure you get a lab style though if you go with it (the same brand is usually the cheapest quality ones but any lab one will do, not them cheapo stove ones though) Add to a 10 dollar trash can, siliconed well inside, and out...you got a 20 gallon pasteurizer for 50 bucks.

You could also install a heating element from a water heater (elements can be found at home depot and many other places) into the side of the trashcan, and set it up on bricks. With a dial wired into it, you could do it without the hotplate. Hot plate serves many purposes though and fairly cheap :smile:

You can also get large metal tubs, shroter, but bigger around...I saw them at home depot...it would fit right in the middle of a stove, sitting on all 4 burners...that would cook up some shit quick like.




Damn dude.  Wtf would we do without you? $50 bucks for uber-bulk pasturizing... Niceness.  Damn bro... I'm still in awe...


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