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Oat seed
    #4010430 - 04/03/05 11:26 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

I have read many teks on wild bird seed and i have allot of Oat seeds about 50lbs to be exact. My question is would oat seed work in the same way as wbs and i was also wondering how mixing the brown rice flour mix and wbs or oat seed would preform for substrate because i plan on using about half of this mix for bulk substrate STRAW/H poo
i have these bags from a certain webs site don't know if i can mention that on here but these bag have filter patches and are autovacs i plan on using 1/2 pint jars to spawn the bulk substrate just wondering if anyone has tried something like this before and if so what was there results


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Re: Oat seed [Re: Lord_Frederick]
    #4010440 - 04/03/05 11:28 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Give it a shot, what's the worst thing that could happen?


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Re: Oat seed [Re: Crasher]
    #4010451 - 04/03/05 11:31 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Try the oat, and prepare it like rye (24 hour soak, then simmer).

Experimenting is what it's all about, I say go for it as well.


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Re: Oat seed [Re: Lord_Frederick]
    #4010572 - 04/04/05 12:00 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

dont simmer oats, they are like sponges, an 8-12hr soak is more than sufficient,
add a little gypusm to the water and a little more to the grain before you load your jars, other than that, I have had splendid results using oat groats


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Re: Oat seed [Re: Holydiver]
    #4010648 - 04/04/05 12:15 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

cool thanx for your advice i am using TC for this i have a cake that has been producing flushes since 12/12/04 and it is about exhausted i believe not had many pins lately except one or to so about 3 weeks ago i cased with 100%vermiculite and massively water and i have only seen 2 nice sized mushies i was planning on making a outdoor bed but did not know if this would be very effective since the cake is so old what is your opinion can u believe that i have gotten approx 7 flushes with dry weight of each flush at about 9 grams this was one of those bags for gourmet mushies inoculated on 10/10/04 took awhile for 1st flush almost 2 months but when it came it was awesome


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Re: Oat seed [Re: Lord_Frederick]
    #4010658 - 04/04/05 12:17 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

also would perlite work the same or better than gypusm and what is gypusm


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Re: Oat seed [Re: Prisoner#1]
    #4012040 - 04/04/05 11:13 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

There is a pretty big difference between seed and groats (since seed still has an intact hull). I find that my oat seed (sold as some kind of pet food) is even harder than rye or wheat and needs a good deal more soaking and simmering and even then it ends up really dry. I have yet to get anything to fruit off of it, but that is of course my fault -- if you figure it out, it should work as well as other grains.


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