Originally Posted by BurnOne
"Cooking" does NOT mean to add heat! Room temperature so the bacteria can eat and multiply is what you seek. Telperatures below 35 degrees F or above 120 degrees F are not good. This is not like brewing black tea.
Mine soil mix know in first days to be hot as i sensed with hand
on a bucket that it gives temperature out... tough i didnt measure
how exactly hot it gets.. dont worry for beneficials as i sees they
survive easy this little heat... i think most of this organismes are
extremophiles so this temps dont made them nothing...
they just thrive better..
All the best
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