Yeah I seen
@MidwestGuy post those were awesome well detailed and explained he does great job.
@Caligurl I didn’t see hers but i will scroll up and check it out much appreciated y’all, she did an amazing job on the concentrates blog I’m sure it’s worth checking out
@TMC.PRE wondering how those jars are looking now after “lift off”
I have a journal here too but I don’t think I got into liquid culture but I could be wrong… too lazy to go check it out ROFLMAO
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First off, I’m growing these baby Portobellos 😉 So, my first grow didn’t go so well… I’ll explain later but I only ended up with about 1/4 ounce dried including the second flush. Next one gave me a tad over an ounce on the first flush and looked...
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I have 2 more jars showing signs of mycelium we will see what happens just going to leave them alone and try not to mess with them or think about them lol
@caligurl i will check it out!
I understand. Would love to see some pics when they fill out.
oh, I will Im going to either fail or succeed right here hahah we will either know what to do or what not to do either way.
im learning through you. I got all my supplies in today but haven’t did anything yet. Want to make sure im totally prepared. Thx for sharing
Take your time. Practice your movements. I practiced my movements in my sab, I didn’t even know there was an oven method I still need to check that out. I would look into that might be a better process.
Gloves,mask,71 iso,ozium spray, not gonna lie i took a shower and put on clean clothes right before.
turn your heat and ac in your house off hour before. no fans. sit in the chair and meditate lol jk
The oven method works,but a SAB is easily made and worth it
Yes, slightly faster then petri dish to grain and about equally as fast as grain to grain transfer.
Awesome thank you
Spiral tsunami , sadly i didnt get the gold cap gene i have to make more spore matings to try to coax it out, not a mutation just grew on the bottom of the tub so forced it to grow like this
3 jars with growth the middle one is harder to see in the top left of the jar. Hopefully here couple weeks they are full colonized lol trying to forget about them.
As for the others I don’t see any growth still. Of anything not even bad stuff. At least I pressure cooked properly lol.
It could be colonizing in the middle where you can’t see it.
Have patience. It can take 5 to 7 weeks to colonize a quart jar.
O yeah! I can see it. That is COOL man. Hehe! Won’t be long now.
How many ml of spores did you put in each jar? How many weeks since inoculation?
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gotta join prime to get it but thanks anyway.