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Handy Dandy Substrate Guide
    #996253 - 10/27/02 06:20 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)


Ingredient Lig % Cellulose (%) Hemicellulose (%) Nitrogen Ash %
(all data on a dry matter basis)
Acorns 13 -- -- 0 --
Alfalfa 7.5 24 8 2.72
Meal dehydrated (dehy) 15% 13 23 14 2.56 10
Meal dehy 17% 10 25 10 2.72 11
Hay, early (E.) vegetative (veg.) 5.3 20.7 10 3.744 10
Hay, late (L.) veg. 6.5 21.5 11 3.472 10
Hay, E. bloom (bl.) 7.1 23.9 11 3.04 9
Hay, medium (M.) bl. 8.7 27.3 10 2.72 9
Hay, full (F.) bl. 10.4 30.6 10 2.08 9
Hay, L. bl. 12.2 30.8 12 1.92 8
Hay, E. veg. 6 19 8 4.8 10
Hay, L. veg. 7 20 10 4.32 9
Hay, E. bl. 8 22 10 4 9
Hay, M. bl. 10 25 9 3.52 8
Hay, F. bl. 11 26 11 3.04 8
Hay, L. bl. 12.2 26.8 14 2.72 8
Hay, mature 14.4 29.6 14 2.24 7
Hay, seeded 17 32 21 1.92 7
Hay, weathered 15 30 13 1.6 8
Wilted Silage
E. bl. 35% dry matter (DM) 10 23 10 3.04 9
M. bl. 38% DM 11 24 12 2.72 9
F. bl. 40% DM 12 30 9 2.56 8
Almond Hulls, good 6.1 10.9 5 0 7
Medium quality 10 17 4 0 7
Molded 30 27 0 0 8
Apple pomace 5 -- -- < 0.5 --
Bagasse 18.9 33.4 30.0 -- 2.4
Bagasse 11 38 34 -- --
Bahiagrass, 30% DM 7 31 30 1.424 10
Hay 8 33 31 1.312 11
Bakery Waste 1 12 5 1.44 5
Bamboo 20.1 -- 19.6 -- 3.3
Barley, Grain
Heavy 2 5 12 2.08 3
Grain Light 2.9 7.1 18 2.24 4
Malt Sprouts w/hulls 3 15 28 4.496 7
Straw 11 48 21 0.688 7
Beet Pulp, dehy 2 31 21 1.232 5
+Steffen's filtrate 2 19 21 1.6 6
Bermudagrass 7 32 38 1.44
Coastal Hay, L. veg. 6 26 38 1.6 8
Black pepper 18 -- -- 1.28 --
Bloodmeal -- -- -- 14.672 7
Brewers, Grains, dehy 6 18 22 4.16 4
-Grains wet, 21% DM 4 19 19 4.16 10
Brome 5.5 27 15.3 -- --
Hay, Pre-bl. 5 33 27 1.68 10
Hay, L. bl. 8 36 28 1.184 9
Smooth, Hay M. bl. 4 33 29 2.336 10
Hay, mature 8 37 26 0.928 8
Canarygrass, Reed, Hay 4 32 28 1.648 10
Carrot Roots, fr. 12% DM 0 8 1 1.584 8
Cattails 8.5 -- -- 2.176 --
Celery seed 22 -- -- 2.4 --
Cinnamon bark 20 -- -- 0 --
Citrus pulp, dehydrated 3 19 1 1.12 7
Clover, Ladino, Hay 7 22 7 3.52 10
Clover, Red, Hay 10 31 15 2.56 9
Cocoa bean 25 -- -- 2.56 --
Coconut meal 10 -- -- 3.44 --
Coffee Grounds 15 -- 9 0 2
hulls (bran) 20 51 22 0 5
Corn
Bran 1 15 44 1.76 3
Cobs, ground 7 28 55 0.512 2
Cob - 36.5 28 -- --
Cob 7 -- -- 0.48 --
Corn leaves 3.8 -- -- 3.04 --
Corn meal 2 -- -- 1.776 --
Distillers grain, dehy 5 12 33 4.16 4
wet 4 11 25 4.16 4
grains + solubles 4 12 28 4.72 5
solubles, dehy 1 6 16 4.752 8
Fodder 3 30 22 1.424 2.4
Gluten feed 1 11 33 4.096 5
Gluten meal 1 8 28 7.488 3
Gluten meal 60% crude protein 1 4 9 10.752 2
Grain cracked 0.2 2.8 6 1.6 2
Grain flaked 0.2 2.8 6 1.6 2
Grain ground 0.2 2.8 6 1.6 2
Grain high moisture 0.2 2.8 6 1.696 2
Hominy 2 11 42 1.84 1
Stover 11 28 28 1.056 7
Whole ear (corn & cob) 2 10 16 1.44 2
Corn Silage 3 26 16 1.44
-45% grain 3 23 15 1.44 5
+NPN 3 23 15 2.08 5
+NPN + Ca 3 23 15 2.08 7
-35% grain 4 24 18 1.376 7
-25% grain 5 26 21 1.328 8
-40% grain 4 23 18 1.472 4
NPN 4 23 18 2.112 4
NPN + Ca 4 23 18 2.08 6
25% grain 6 27 22 1.328 7
Stalklage 7 38 23 1.008 9
Immature (25% DM no ears) 3 35 22 1.44 11
Cornstalk 11 38 26 -- 3
Cornstalk 3.9 -- -- 1.056 --
Cornstalk 11 33.5 32.6 -- 1
Cotton -- 80-95 5-20 -- --
Cottonseed
hulls 24 49 17 0.656 4
Black whole seed 15 16 9 3.68 5
high lint 16 21 10 3.2 4
seed meal, mech. ex. 6 14 8 7.04 7
Solv. 41% crude protein (CP) 6 13 7 7.296 7
Solv. 43% CP 7 14 7 7.824 7
Cotton straw 15 42 12 -- --
Distillers' grains 5 -- -- 3.52 --
Feather meal -- -- -- 12.48 4
Fescue, Alta, Hay 6.5 34.5 29 1.632 10
Fescue, K31, Hay 4 31 28 2.624 9
Hay F. bl. 5 34 28 1.936 8
mature 7 35 28 1.472 7
Fescue, Meadow, Hay 7 36 22 1.456 8
Tall fescue 3.1 30 24.5 -- --
Fishmeal 10.656 25
Fruit pits 40 -- -- -- --
Ginger root 6 -- -- 1.6 --
Grape pomace 17 -- -- 0 --
Grape pomace 35 19 1 0 10
Grape stems 12 -- -- < 0.5 --
Guineagrass 8 35 26 1.44
Kelp, treated 6 -- -- 4.8 --
Linseed meal 7 -- -- 4.48 --
mech. ex. 7 10 8 6.064 6
meal solv. ex. 6 13 6 6.128 6
Lupins 3.3 -- -- 5.472 --
Manure
Elephant manure 10.4 -- -- 1.12 --
Chicken manure 3.4 -- -- 5.424 --
Pig manure 2.2 -- -- 4.416 --
Cow manure sample 1 8.1 -- -- 3.104 --
Cow manure sample 2 7.9 -- -- 3.216 --
Cow manure sample 3 10.1 -- -- 2.752 --
Millet feed 4 13 2.064 3
Milo see sorghum
Molasses beet,
79% DM 0 0 0 0.48 11
Molasses cane,
73% DM 0 0 0 1.28 8
Municipal refuse -- 76 -- -- --
Napiergrass fr. 8 36 28 1.44
-30 days DM 10 35 25 1.392 9
-60 days DM 14 33 28 1.248 6
Needle and thread 6 37 40 0.656 20
Nutmeg hulls 17 -- -- 0.16 --
Oats, grain gr. 0 0
-38 lb/bushel 3 13 16 2.128 3
-32 lb/bushel 4 17 21 2.096 5
Hay 6 30 30 1.488 8
Hulls 8 34 36 0.624 7
Silage dough 9 23 24 1.6 7
Straw 14 33 23 0.704 8
Olive waste 28 -- -- 0 --
Orchard grass 4.7 30 14.4 -- --
Orchardgrass, young 4.3 26 25 2.4
Hay E. bl. 4 30 23 1.632 10
Hay, L. bl. 4 34 27 1.344 9
Palm kernel oil meala 14 -- -- 0.24 --
Pangola grass 7 34 29 1.76
fresh pangola grass, 21% DM 5 33 32 1.648 10
Paper Products
Brown cardboard 12 72 -- -- 1.7
Christian Science Monitor 21 60 -- -- 0.4
Manchester Guardian 3 59 -- -- 30
Newsprint 20.9 -- -- 0.816 --
Playboy 9 51 -- -- 24
Solka floc (cellulose) 5 84 -- -- 0.3
Washington Post 26 55 -- -- 0.4
Whatman no. 41 5 89 -- -- 0.2
Pea vines, Silage, 25% DM 9 40 10 2.096 12
Peanut, Hulls 23 42 9 1.248 4
Meal -- -- 8 8.32 6
Peanut skin 7 -- -- < 0.5 --
Pineapple, bran 7 30 36 0.736 3
Potato tubers 1 1 4 1.424 6
Poultry, Manure 2 12 24 4.512 22
Pricklypear, fr. 17% DM 1 1 4 0.768 6
Rapeseed meal 3.7 -- -- 6.768 8
Red Top, fr. 29% DM 8 32 24 1.856 8
Reed Canary grass 5.3 28 16.5 -- --
Reed foxtail 4.5 29 17.7 -- --
Rice
bran 3.3 10.7 11 2.08 10
Grain, ground 2.1 -- -- 1.424 5
Grain, polished <1 <1 -- 1.376 1
hulls 17 55 10 0.48 20
straw 12.5 32.1 24.0 -- 17.5
Russian Thistle, 11 33 20 1.792 15
Rye grain 1 -- -- 2.208 2
Ryegrass, Hay 2 28 11 1.376 10
Ryegrass, Straw 5 37 27 -- --
Safflower, Meal
mech. ex. 14 27 18 3.536 4
meal solv. ex. 14 27 17 4.064 4
Sagebrush, Big s.c. 12 18 12 1.488 7
Sesame seed 2 -- -- -- --
Sorghum, Grain dry (milo) 1.4 3.6 18 1.984 2
Grain rolledb 1.4 3.6 18 1.984 2
Grain, steam flaked 1.4 3.6 18 1.92 2
-Silage, 30% DM 6 32 26 1.2 9
Soybean, Hulls 2 48 17 1.936 5
Soybean meal -44 0.3 9.7 4 7.84 7
Soybean meal -49 0.2 5.8 2 8.8 7
Soybean Straw 16 38 16 0.832 6
Soybean whole 0.2 8.8 4 6.848 6
Sudangrass, Hay 4 35 27 1.808 10
-Silage, 28% DM 5 37 29 1.728 10
Sugar beet pulp 5 -- -- 1 --
Sunflower
Sunflower hulls 19 -- -- -- --
Sunflower meal 12 21 7 4.144 6
Tapioca -- -- -- 0.496 3
Timothy
Timothy, mature 7.3 31 29 1.12
Hay L. veg. 3 27 25 2.24 8
Hay, E. bl. 4 30 27 1.76 7
Hay, M. bl. 5 31 31 1.44 7
Hay, L. bl. 6 34 28 1.28 7
Hay, Milk st. 7 36 28 1.12 6
Hay, seed st. 9 36 27 0.96 6
-Silage, L. bl. 42% DM 7 34 24 1.44 7
Tomato
Tomato pomace, dried 11 39 5 2.56 8
Tomato vines - -- -- -- --
Trefoil, birdft., Hay 9 27 11 2.608 7
Turnip, fr. 9% DM 10 24 10 1.888 2
Urea 0 0 0 46.72 0
Vanilla bean 14 -- -- 0 --
Vetch, Hay 8 25 15 3.328 7
Water hyacinth 8.7 -- -- 2.832 --
Wheat
bran 3 12 36 2.736 7
Grain, Hard red spring 1 4 11 1.808 2
Grain, soft white 0.6 3.4 10 1.808 2
Hay, E. veg. 4 26 22 1.92 8
Hay, headed 7 34 27 1.36 7
Middlings 2.2 8.8 26 2.944 2.4
Silage dough 7.7 25.3 19 1.296 8
Straw 8.9 -- -- 1.488 --
Straw 14 40 31 0.576 8
Straw 18.0 30.5 28.4 -- 11.0
Straw 18 34 27.6 -- 1.3
Straw 7 42 31 -- --
Wheatgrass crest., Hay 6 30 29 1.44 9
Whey, Acid -- -- -- 2.272 10
Delact. -- -- 2.864 17
Winterfat, s.c. 10 34 28 1.728 15
Wood
Aspen 15.5 50.8 28.7 -- 0.2
Balsam Fir 28 42.7 24.4 -- 0.2
Beech 12.7 27.7 21.1 1.44 --
Birch 19.5 38.8 37.3 -- 0.3
Birch 19.5 40.0 39.0 -- 0.3
Pin cherry 8.98 8.77 8.4 1.77 --
Pine 27.8 44.0 26.0 -- 0.4
Pine 27.8 42 23.5 -- 0.4
Pine kraft pulp 5.0 77.0 18.0 -- 0.4
Red maple 23 39 33 -- 0.2
Spruce 28.6 42 26.5 -- 0.4
Spruce 28.6 43.0 27.0 -- 0.4
Sugar maple 8.49 14.1 9.95 0.97 --
Yellow birch 12 17.3 13.2 1.42 --

Sources:
Van Soest, Peter J. 1994. Nutritional ecology of the ruminant. Cornell University Press, Ithaca, New York. 476 pp.
Ladisch, M. R., K. W. Lin, M. Voloch, and G. T. Tsao. 1983. Process considerations in the enzymatic hydrolysis of biomass. Enzyme and Microb. Technol. 5(2):81-160.
Lynch, J. M. 1987. Lignocellulolysis in Composts. In: Compost: Production, Quality and Use (M. De Bertoldi, M. P. Ferranti, P. L.'Hermite, and F. Zucconi, ed.). Elsevier Applied Science, New York. 853 pp.
Nodvin, S. C. 1983. Effects of distrubance on decomposition processes and on sulfur cycling in the northern hardwood forest. Ph.D. Thesis, Cornell University.
Chandler, J. A. , Jewell, W. J., Gossett, J. M., Van Soest, P. J., and Robertson, J. B. 1980. Predicting Methane Fermentation. Biotechnology and Bioengineering Symp. No.10., John Wiley and Sons, Inc. pp. 93-107.





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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: SixTango]
    #999066 - 10/28/02 04:16 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Soo umm, where do i get some?


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: SixTango]
    #1000821 - 10/28/02 08:22 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

uh huh... :smirk: 


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: SixTango]
    #1003687 - 10/29/02 06:08 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Ok Ive got everthing thats on that list exept apple pomace...now what


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: Blu Spore]
    #1003716 - 10/29/02 06:24 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Jimmy I couldn't tell if you were joking or not but incase you were being serious..the information that 6t listed is the following info. Lig % Cellulose (%) Hemicellulose (%) Nitrogen Ash % for each of the substrates listed.......ie if you wanted to know the cellulose content of straw you could simply look at tangos guide and figure it out.


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: PsilosShaman]
    #1008284 - 10/31/02 12:29 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

A few questions concerning the information, I dont know if anyone can awnser these but...
First: Are these the substances most benificial to mushroom growth and if not all of these which ones are?
Second: In what percent range are we looking for? Is it the more the better?
Third: What the hell is
Christian Science Monitor 21 60 -- -- 0.4 ??

If someone wanted to do some experimenting I am sure this list would come in really handy in finding new substrates to work with.
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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: blahblahblah]
    #1013888 - 11/01/02 06:50 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

I think he's trying to give a reference list for different substrate additives. You can mix and match dependent upon the species you are growing.


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: blahblahblah]
    #1014422 - 11/01/02 11:25 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

3)  I bet they did an analysis of the material the CSM was printed on. I find that funny :laugh:

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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: Joshua]
    #1014553 - 11/02/02 12:17 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

True. but somewhere in there(or appdx. containing similar list) will bring about the answer to the B.E. equation.
Thanks for taking the time to write all that out 6T. A friend is borrowing our books for a time.


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: blahblahblah]
    #1014701 - 11/02/02 01:36 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

I had some compost custom made, but had to supply the ingediants.

I chose a combination of primary ingediants of:
Aged dry horse manure
Aged dry cow manure
Wheat straw
Spent brewery grain
fruit & vegitable produce (refuse & spoils)

I chose those ingediants on the basis of:
1. Nutriant value
2. Material Cost
3. Availability
4. Haulage distance

In other words, I used the best things I could, that were available, at a decent price, that I didn't have to haul a million miles.

That is the only thing anybody can do.

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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: hsalf]
    #1014832 - 11/02/02 03:05 AM (15 years, 1 month ago)

"answer to the B.E. equation."

This is the answer to the BE equation that I understand.

It takes a combination of the following factors to maximise BE: the proper nutrient/carbon source, the proper environment, and a properly engineered gene pool.

It is not that easy. You won't find the answer by looking at one of those factors. It is only by optimising a variety of factors that you can optimise BE. Right now I do not believe we have enough data. If we all did a little science and recorded our experimental results we might be able to put together the needed data to find that sweet BE.

Do my ramblings make sense?

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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: Joshua]
    #1019327 - 11/03/02 10:19 PM (15 years, 1 month ago)

Rt, but since we already have base lines on these areas why not first find out which strain & fruit has the highest levels using the baselines. Working within that strain discover the rest. You wouldnt necessarily need to find the best [1:agar, 2:substrate,3: casing] first. Especially when the rest is a matter of tweaking rH & temps a few degrees. I agree completely about using an isolate. that all fruits should have a tissue culture stored until results are known as to which should be used. I'd just prefer to attack nutrients first because if you have too many variables at once...
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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: SixTango]
    #1120493 - 12/07/02 09:37 PM (15 years, 9 days ago)

i was wondering... could you make an enhanced water for the mycelium? would this be counterproductive? like take coffee grounds with some cinammon or mint leaves, naturals substances, cooking them down to extract nutrients in a water solution. let cool in the fridge, take out the fats and reheat the water so you have a pure solution, let temp re settle and scrape more fat if you need to and add this to a brown rice flour and vermiculite simply substituting water for a more nutritious solution? again just asking if this would work or be counterproductive. if anyone has any comments it would be appreciated.

as far as the dehydrated citrus... could you dry out oranges or lemons, then put them in a coffee grinder and make a powder. i dont know if mint works or not but i have some in my backyard. i could dry this add with the lemon and coffee grounds and make a solution as i said....maybe? yes? no? pointless question? dirty looks? :wink:  :smile:


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: Zero7a1]
    #1122080 - 12/08/02 02:46 PM (15 years, 8 days ago)

"anyone... anyone?"


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: Zero7a1]
    #1122218 - 12/08/02 04:08 PM (15 years, 8 days ago)

a easier water substitute/additive is poo water (horse/cow dung strained water)


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: Cow Shit Collector]
    #1122276 - 12/08/02 04:39 PM (15 years, 8 days ago)

if i had my own place i would say np, but i dont know about that lol. boiling shit in my house my make quite a smell and make the master wonder what is up. i just wanted to know if you could make like a tea or soup for them using 6t's substrate guide. i would assume you could because those ingredients could be used as substrate, and im simply boiling them down to extract their properties + i can take out any fat thats left over from extraction. thats a good idea, i just dont have the facilities to do such things. i have scotts 3 in 1... but thats a lot of dirt though right?


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: Joshua]
    #1122493 - 12/08/02 06:54 PM (15 years, 8 days ago)

What's BE?


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: Zero7a1]
    #1122498 - 12/08/02 06:58 PM (15 years, 8 days ago)

In reply to:

. boiling shit in my house my make quite a smell and make the master wonder what is up.


You don't boil shit, you pasteurize, and if the shit is properly dried, it doesn't smell.


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: Skikid16]
    #1122568 - 12/08/02 07:38 PM (15 years, 8 days ago)

OK then what am i doing wrong? I leave my poo outside on my covered patio on a tarp for days..weeks...turning it and moving it daily and when i pasturize my poo, i swear I think Im gonna gack! I comes out great and works like gold, but damn...
Real fast, I left some poo out on the patio in a bucket last week and today I noticed a LOT of fruit flies in it. I suppose that pasturization will kill any contams they might bring, yes?


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Re: Handy Dandy Substrate Guide [Re: isam]
    #1124872 - 12/09/02 02:42 PM (15 years, 7 days ago)

Biological efficiency.

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