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Would this be an easier way to pasturize poo?
    #4550975 - 08/18/05 11:36 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Could I use one of the ziplock oven trays to pasturize in? Put the poo in, put enough water that I won't have to drain a lot (so I don't loose more nutrients than I have to), put the lid over the tray, but not seeled, and put it in the oven @ 170 for 1 hour? After it is done, seal the lid except for a corner to let it drain in the sink for 5-8 hours. Then add the substrait and mix it up, sealing the lid with a couple of small holes in it.

Also, what were the results of someone using poo for the substrait. Fill some 1/2 pint jars with the correct amount of poo and water, pc, and the knock up? I would think that it would take more time that BRF or seed. thanks


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Re: Would this be an easier way to pasturize poo? [Re: j_db69]
    #4551006 - 08/18/05 11:47 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

From my Understanding...


Aslong as u dont go over 180F  yur good...

Alot of peeps here dont even bother with pasturing....
Just gotta find the good aged stuff :wink:


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Re: Would this be an easier way to pasturize poo? [Re: j_db69]
    #4551012 - 08/18/05 11:49 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

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Also, what were the results of someone using poo for the substrait. Fill some 1/2 pint jars with the correct amount of poo and water, pc, and the knock up? I would think that it would take more time that BRF or seed. thanks




PEople use that for Different Species...
Cyans and shit


but then again im sure it would work great....
it's just easier to use BRF/Grain


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