s. lowe wrote:My understanding is that the reason that Chloromine (aka Monochloromine aka NH2Cl) in water treatment is that it serves a similar antibiotic role as chlorine but is more stable, which is to say less volatile, which is to say less effective but more persistent. When I first encountered it I concluded that reverse osmosis or distillation were the only way to get rid of it. Today, I think that using a flowform or some of the 'water structuring' devices you could circulate water and degrade the chloramines. I think that in general any kind of robust oxygenation of the water will speed the degradation of the chloramine, yoiu may need to innoculate several times or aerate the water intensly and then start your innoculation
Amy Arnett wrote:Hi Fabio (...)
Jonny Wood wrote:I’ve looked seemingly everywhere and I cannot find a recommendation on how often to use JMS. Any suggestions?
darin maas wrote:Can I use just regular straw or is wheat straw the best for oyster mushrooms?
Su Ba wrote:No