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I purchased Scott's Turf Rye Seed (can't remember the exact full name), however, when I opened the bag I noticed the seeds coated in blue. I figured I made a mistake by not purchasing all natural seeds. But I thought I would rinse them out good, soak for 24 hrs, boil, and PC them. I just inoculated a couple minutes ago. Does anyone foresee these jars being a high contamination probability in regards to the blue coating even with the Pressure Cooker working it's magic?? I've read a couple posts of members using the same brand, but I'm not sure if I got a peculiar kind. Thanks for any
Hello, I would like to share with you how I have prepared RYE seed for many years and it works for me. It is a SOAK and SIMMER tek. but I feel it takes no more time then the No soak no simmer tek and with rye IMO NSNS is a very bad idea... to get the right moisture content you must hydrate rye before you load in jars and PC. Rye is not cheap, I get mine for $1.70 a LB. or $45 for 50 lb. but it has its benefits over other grains. The reason I like rye as a sub: you can just pour the 100% colonized rye in a pan( with no other sub) let grow a few days, then case it and let i