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extremely dirty rye grain
    #8799860 - 08/20/08 09:13 AM (10 years, 2 months ago)

I have spend liters and liters of water washing my rye berries in a pot and  the water still comes out cloudy when yoou stirr it...
bur if I wash it in a colander it becomes clear in few rinses, then I wash it again in the pot and the water is as dirty as in the beggining :sad:...

Im going to use this grain mixed with compost in spawn bags ( 2 parts rye and 3 parts compost) and sterillize them. I soak the grain 24 hours with gypsum and 1/200 parts of bleach (never have a conta since I use the bleach in the soaking water).

My question is: is so important to wash the grain untill the water is clear when you stirr it? even if Im going to mix it with compost before sterilize it? I know commercial grows just put dry grain and water in jars soaks 12 hours and pc...


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Re: extremely dirty rye grain [Re: FGL]
    #8799895 - 08/20/08 09:27 AM (10 years, 2 months ago)

id just give it 3-4 good rinses and call it good.  you want the water that pours off to be somewhat clear.

bleach with your soak water isn't needed.  your obviously sterilizing them properly and following proper sterilization procedures during inoculation to not get any contams.  adding bleach to the soak water will do nothing because you sterilize the grain anyways. ya dig?

i don't know much about spawn bags but you only need to pasteurize substrate not sterilize it


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Re: extremely dirty rye grain [Re: blood4blood]
    #8799907 - 08/20/08 09:36 AM (10 years, 2 months ago)

I think the bleach helps reducing the contaminant colonies before sterilization... and yes! you can sterilize bulk substrates without problem (I always had luck with this...)


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Re: extremely dirty rye grain [Re: blood4blood]
    #8800420 - 08/20/08 12:21 PM (10 years, 2 months ago)

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id just give it 3-4 good rinses and call it good.  you want the water that pours off to be somewhat clear.

bleach with your soak water isn't needed.  your obviously sterilizing them properly and following proper sterilization procedures during inoculation to not get any contams.  adding bleach to the soak water will do nothing because you sterilize the grain anyways. ya dig?

i don't know much about spawn bags but you only need to pasteurize substrate not sterilize it




blood4blood is right. And it will always get cloudy, pressure cooker defeats the purpose of all that tendalizing.

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Re: extremely dirty rye grain [Re: HazeyRoms]
    #8800662 - 08/20/08 01:32 PM (10 years, 2 months ago)

My oats are like that, I think it's starch, from the inside of the berries, because I think it's all just pure starch inside...


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