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Hello all, I'm a regular at the Shroomery and decided it was time to give this a go, so here I am!
Simply looking for some feedback on the ratio of materials I have readily available and plan to use as a soil mix, and whether or not they would be fine to use as is or if I need to add something more.
-Plenty of cow, horse, and possibly even chicken manure. -Vermiculite and Perlite (To break the mix up a bit.) -Piles of dead leaves, grass, general yard and field trash. -Fairly good quality topsoil. -Blackstrap molasses to use in watering.
Would these be sufficient to use in a mix, and at what ratio? (Minus the molasses, I know how to use that.)
Yes, the whole point of pasteurization is to kill any harmful bacteria. Once You take outdoor soil and put it into an artificial environment, the balance of good and bad bacteria that happens outdoors can become imbalanced.
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