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Water to Compost ratio before pastuerizing
    #668673 - 06/08/02 11:08 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

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Re: Water to Compost ratio before pastuerizing [Re: World Spirit]
    #668679 - 06/08/02 11:11 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

You wet it down untill a few drops come out and then cook it. Just be sure that you don't dry it out and make sure you're cooking the inside of the dung too. IMHO stove top pasturization is better. Let me know how that store-bought manure goes i'm thinking of trying some myself!


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Re: Water to Compost ratio before pastuerizing [Re: phrozendata]
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Re: Water to Compost ratio before pastuerizing [Re: World Spirit]
    #668844 - 06/08/02 02:12 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

Just dry pasturize it in the oven @ 175 -- 180 F for 90 -- 120 minutes. (Sorry, you will have to convert to C.) Then, add sterile water to hydrate it to the right consistancy. Simple as that. SixTango


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