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Old Dung Bros dung, can it be revived?
    #778474 - 07/26/02 12:07 PM (22 years, 4 days ago)

Hey guys I have some un-innoculated Dung Bros dung in a bin. Its starting to get moldy, but its not horrible yet. Is this shit still usable if I repasteurize? Its not that moldy but definately growin a few things. Is it shot?
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Re: Old Dung Bros dung, can it be revived? [Re: LucidDayDream]
    #782793 - 07/28/02 07:15 PM (22 years, 2 days ago)

Well typically as long as it has not dried out you might be able to revive it. You might want to go ahead and pressure cook it instead of pasturizing because of the bacteria, but you may get it all with just pasturizing. If its shot, try this it actually works great:
Go to Lowes.
Buy a bag of the Mushroom Compost( spent,already used on professional farms but good for plants)
Now all you have to do is add the used up ingredients.
Buy some Cottonseed Meal
Buy somePotash
Buy some Plain Cow Manure
or Blood meal
total for above stufff is about 20 dollars.
Mix the above together
Pasturize some wheat straw
Keep the water
pour the water on the pile of mixture and mix in
Dont put the straw in with the mix unless you want to wait 4 weeks for it to break down.
Let the mixture heat up in by covering with a tarp in the daylight for 1 week. Mix it once half way through.
Then pasturize what you will need.
Innoculate
Now you have professional mushroom compost again.
The spent compost you buy at lowes still contains the texture and many raw ingredients. bluhoney


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