Hey guys, all in peace?
I've been developing a few systems with unpasteurized horse manure, and it seems to be working!
There are mushrooms sprouting all over the basin (place where I put the substrate).
I drilled holes in the lower part of the basin, for water drainage, and every day I expose the substrate to the sun and water it.
But, even having results, I don't know if I can count on something like this, as if it were definitive.
It may have been successful, so far, because of genetics...
It may have worked out for many things, and, therefore, I don't want to take a possible exception as something that will always work out.
Thinking a little, I came to the conclusion that every effort to reduce possible damage is little.
The question is:
I have an electric oven with a built-in thermometer, and I'd like to try pasteurizing the horse poop. Can I just pour the manure into a container and heat it up?
I don't know very well about the pasteurization process, but reading a little, I saw that people add the manure in a pillowcase and put it in a pan with boiling water. But, I don't have a thermometer, and, as my electric oven has a built-in one, I thought I'd give it a try...