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OfflineNixHex
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yields for correctly grown myco bags (B+ strain)
    #1039281 - 11/09/02 07:08 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

I just purchased a few myco bags and spore syringes from sporeworks...I plan on following the directions closely in hope to obtain a good yield...the only thing is that I would like to know an approximate or range for an expected yield of a b+ strain. Anything would help!


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Re: yields for correctly grown myco bags (B+ strain) [Re: NixHex]
    #1039349 - 11/09/02 07:58 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

Avergage 40 wet grams per flush, IMOE, but if you want more fruits you can use half of a colonized bag, crumbled up into a pan of sterilized horse poo. These pans will make about a 1/2 ounce dry a week and make about 4 or 5 flushes.


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Re: yields for correctly grown myco bags (B+ strain) [Re: Audi0]
    #1039445 - 11/09/02 09:04 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

After you recieve your first flush..how long will it take the bag to fruit again so that you can harvest.......will the yield be close to the previous amount or will you get more??

What strain would you recommend...one that has good potency and yield??


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Re: yields for correctly grown myco bags (B+ strai [Re: NixHex]
    #1039466 - 11/09/02 09:23 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

*sigh* nature, is NOT an exact sicience (unless your Anno, who, I am convinced, has absolute control over all physicall laws).. As a real, wage earning farmer, I can tell you this: I've planted two tommato plants in the same greenhouse, given them the same nutrients, and gotten two totally different harvests.


As a general rule: your second flush will be lower then your first.

As a aramer I can tell you this: Never under-estimate mother nature....


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Re: yields for correctly grown myco bags (B+ strain) [Re: Audi0]
    #1042260 - 11/11/02 02:34 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

When you beak the bag into two and add it to the sterile horse manure what do you keep the manure in? a clear rubber amid tub. The ones with the blue tops? Were is some more info on this type of growing?


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Re: yields for correctly grown myco bags (B+ strain) [Re: HazyCannibus]
    #1042515 - 11/11/02 05:04 AM (14 years, 8 months ago)

search for the HORSE POO TEK. no i use containers with clear lids. its really convient, easy and works greast, no vermiiculite or anything else. if they start to dry out after a few weeks jsut wait til it fruits and dunk. if u want to talk to me about this IM me on AIM : Audiblextc


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