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qurestions about horse poo
    #688215 - 06/19/02 01:45 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

i've used some horse poo before for a casing layer and it is very nutritious to the mycellium. it colonated every last bit of the layer before it initiated pinning. and i didn't even have to pasturize. now this poo was about 10 yrs old in our pasture. i just moistened it and it worked great!! so what i'm wanting to know is what are my limits to this stuff as far as substrate? can spores germinate on this? or is it only good for the already colonizing mycelium? could i put it in a container and put a chunk off of a cake into it and finish it off like that? i'm just real pumped about this and want to put it to beneficial use. any good ideas?


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Re: qurestions about horse poo [Re: vatoloco]
    #688279 - 06/19/02 02:41 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

who else out there has found that horse poo needs not to be pasturized? am i just lucky, or is horse poo a mold resistant substance? i just figgured that my horse poo was so damn old that any mold/bacteria spores just died off and left the poo clean.


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Re: qurestions about horse poo [Re: dalorean]
    #688427 - 06/19/02 04:01 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

I just get it wet and nuke it in the microwave for 10 minutes...let cool and add some clean bottled water with a sprayer if it dried during nuking....then crumble cakes into it ....never had a problem


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