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Rye Straw
    #789945 - 08/01/02 08:02 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)


Can you use Rye Straw? If not why? I have looked into these other teks and found only wheat straw mentioned.

Thank you in advance.


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    #797116 - 08/05/02 07:39 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

I cannot believe that 37 people have looked at this thread and no one has an answer for me. Where I live there is no Wheat Straw only Rye Straw. I want to use the straw tek and wonder if anyone with more experience than I with straw has any input?

1. What would be the issues for not using Rye Straw?
2. Would it be ok to mix it with horse dung?

Thank you in advance!!!

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    #797123 - 08/05/02 07:41 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

i've never heard of rye straw but if its excessively nutritcious like hay is then it will contam easily. and yes you can mix straw with dung. good luck

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    #798029 - 08/05/02 03:17 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

with the possible exception of corn stalks, and some kinds of bamboo, the straw,(the stalks of grasses and grains) from one cereal grain is not a whole lot different to a mushroom as is another. i'm sure i left out some other exception, but for the most part, straw is straw. usually straw from other grains is marketed the same way, and often the retail vendor has no real idea whatever of what kind of grain it is from. without having a side by side comparison available, it is next to impossible to visually tell them apart. so you may really be getting straw from oats,barley, millet, or a host of near-wheat grains that have become popular in the health food circles.

when you ask them what kind of grain it is from, the answer is usually going to be wheat.

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