16907Re: Sprouting corn.......and enemies of Yeast?
- Jul 31, 2005No they put in between the sacks and under leaves or wood chips to
keep it warm and sprinkled water on it to keep it moist.
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Cary Rhodes" <rhodeseng@y...>
> I haven't had any good results from trying to sprout corn for malt.
> I know the old timers used to put corn in a burlap bag and put it in a
> creek for several days.
> something about the flowing water.
> Then take it out and spread on screen wire for sprouting.
> I haven't tried this method though.
> cary r
> --- In email@example.com, "hk538" <hk538@y...> wrote:
> > Anyone have any good, easier techniques of sprouting corn other than
> > the horse turd technique?...Say about 10 lbs worth of untreated
> > purely organic for "growing" purposes of course.
> > Also, I've read a lot of info on what yeast likes, but what are the
> > enemies of yeast...Heat being one I know, but what about any others?
> > 'preciate it
> > Greg
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