Well run sewage remediation plants are a great place to learn about microorganisms! Dare I say, better than some courses being offered by 'experts' [at a tremendous cost].
Presently I'm running some 99% anaerobic fermentations in a lighted [for PNSB] homemade incubator. I regulate the temperature to fluctuate from 100 to 104F. I've got several long term batches going for ingestion and had some horticultural batches. It took the incubator about 24 hours to bring up a stable temperature. At a week the horticultural batches were around 3.8 pH, not satisfactory in my book so I put them back in and forgot about checking them until 20 days after start. They finished at 3.40 and 3.35. Perfect in my estimation.
I've never had an issue with acidy fermentations harming plants after diluting in water at around 1:250
Hookahead; You have mentioned culturing Trichoderma fungi and also mentioned previously that the fungi on used coffee grounds are Trichoderma species. How certain are you of this? and do you have a pointer to more information?
BTW, I wiped out one hatch of white flies with a watery extract (tea) of mint, garlic dry chunks and cayenne powder with a couple squirts of Dawn [to stick] Some plants did not like it but it sure worked on the white flies.
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