I have decided to perform an experimental "Dry Pasteurize" Process for my Sub. I have a bag of "mostly" colonized rye grain. I bought one of those pre-made 3lb bags of rye grains from one of our own here on the Topia (see thread: "Super Proud of my Product"). My only complaint at this point, and it may bvery well be my fault, is that it appears to be too wet. I injected a full syringe of LC. The colonization is not as "white" as I would like it, it appears a bit tan, which may be due to the wet somewhat sludgy liquid at the bottom of the bag, yet it has no black or green indicators of contamination.
So I am going to get a brick of "Echo Earth" Coir and just place the brick in the oven at 150 degrees along side a tub of mostly dry cpoo. Then after several hours I will dump these two into an insulated (With mylar bubble wrap) 5 gallon bucket and pour boiling water on it and cover.
Then after cooling I shall mix most of the SUb with the spawn, case with a bit of leftover sub, and spray the top with Hydrogen peroxide.
We shall see what comes of this, if anything.
I welcome all suggestions and ideas. My main thing here was to investigate the idea of "Dry Pasteurize"
Edited by SteampunkScientist, 07 October 2016 - 08:07 AM.