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Old 07-29-2019, 03:03 AM
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Re: Question on causes of yeast infection in parrots?

My staple mix to sprout is brown and green lentils, mung beans, chick peas/garbanzos. Add scoops to a jar, after rinsing, add water with drop GSE if you like. I leave a full 24 hours to soak then rinse with fresh clean water (and drop of GSE if liked) after adding some clean gauze held on with a elastic band. Drain and leave to stand upturned in a dish, I use a small pie dish.

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