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millet to water ratio?
    #450350 - 11/07/01 02:30 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

Just was wondring if this sounded rite for pint jars 2/3 cups millet to 1/3 cup spring style H2O?Thanks to all,Im looking for good seed substrate recipe also one for Rye Grane.I Just tried one from Mush Mush,IT Called for equal parts water one cup rye to one cup water but it seems a little clumpy,not very shakeable.Thanks for any help............


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Re: millet to water ratio? [Re: sporechase13]
    #450462 - 11/07/01 03:51 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

Hi!
Try mixing Rye and Millet together at a 3:1 ration plus about two tablespoons of vermiculite per jar (I make a big batch for about 8 jars so I can't remembe exact measurements.) Let them soak together over night, strain them in the morning until they run clear then boil them until they're cooked (around 35 minutes.) I would add just enough distilled H20 to make the substrate moist but not soppy. Mix your vermiculite into the pot before you stuff the jars. You might also want to put some vermiculite in the bottom of your jars and on top of the substrate. Just make sure the substrate is moist but not soaked. Then pressur cook them for 45-60 minutes at 15psi in a pressure cooker. Let them cool for at least 5 hours, then inject your spore water. PES Amazonian Cubies love this substrate mixture. My Aunt Matilday 's ex-husband used this recipe for Amazonians and saw growth in under three days. Good Luck!

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Re: millet to water ratio? [Re: sporechase13]
    #451009 - 11/07/01 10:07 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

hey dude, aint sure but i believe that if you use 2/3 cup of millet in a pint jar it aint gonna be shakable, my simien freinds use only 1 cup of grain (dry) for a quart and they would not want to use any more as by the time they are 50-60% colonized they are not shakable anymore.
just my freinds opinion though, anyway he also tells me that if you simmer your grain ( be it millet, rye,wheat or whatever) for approx 45 - 60 min or a few grains start to explode (not literally) then drain in a collander till all excess water has drained really well. then put in jars and pressure cook you will get shakable grain everytime !
hope this helps, cause i'm tired of typing ! (just kidding)
bye now !

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Re: millet to water ratio? [Re: sporechase13]
    #451061 - 11/07/01 10:45 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

1 cup millet to 1/2 cup water works great for me :) pressure cook for 70minutes at 15psi

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Re: millet to water ratio? [Re: amazinblue]
    #451064 - 11/07/01 10:48 PM (22 years, 3 months ago)

nevermind i was thinking quart jars, however u could always scale that by volume for whatever jars u want.


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