Thanks Mason I will go to work and fine these recipes and review. Finally got my separation device up and running, still working the Bugs out. I have no way toMessage 1 of 5 , Aug 5, 2008View Source
I will go to work and fine these recipes and review. Finally got my separation device up and running, still working the Bugs out. I have no way to compare its operation as yet. Will be working my second run of M in a day so. After that I will a vat available to work th Miracle Grow to get an idea of volume return as compared to non Miracle G. I still need to order in some more equipment for tracking the operation of my new unit.
Thanks again for the reply
--- On Tue, 8/5/08, rye_junkie1 <rye_junkie@...> wrote:
From: rye_junkie1 <rye_junkie@...>
Subject: [new_distillers] Re: miracle gro
Date: Tuesday, August 5, 2008, 6:47 AM
--- In new_distillers@ yahoogroups. com, Bill Williams <vipond50@.. .> wrote:
> Hello Harry
> Been researching and came across your name in a place relating to
> Appears that u have been at a considerable time.
> Thank for sharing your experiences.
> Now on to my question……
> What would be your take on Miracle Grow (Grams)ratio/ liter of
solution (Sugar Wash)?
> Best Regards
Harry must have missed this one. There has been a lot of discussion
on the subject of Miracle Grow plant food over the last few months.
There are varying amounts that are used for different recipes. There
is Harry's 666 recipe , Jims version of the Econowash as well as the
Original version of the Econowash and the latest from Riku and Myself
is the MUM recipe. The MUM wash I believe uses the least ammount of
the plant food at 5 US Teaspoons or 1 tsp per gallon. In my
experiments this amount produced a very fast ferment. It was also the
recommended dosage/mixture per gallon of water for Indoor plants. It
made a great spirit but I prefer to get the job done with as little of
the stuff as I can.