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Bigger container = more spores?
    #1384246 - 03/17/03 01:58 PM (13 years, 8 months ago)

My containers are quite a bit bigger then the usual 1/2 pint, prob closer to 2 pints

obviously this called for more substrate.

Should I put more then 10CCs of spore into the substrate or does it not matter that much how much you put in?

thanks in advance.


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Re: Bigger container = more spores? [Re: Sombie]
    #1384302 - 03/17/03 02:17 PM (13 years, 8 months ago)

I know this seems like a stupid question, but I guess the question is, do shrooms need more spores to cover more space, or is 10CCs enough regardless?


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Re: Bigger container = more spores? [Re: Sombie]
    #1384308 - 03/17/03 02:19 PM (13 years, 8 months ago)

I only used like 1 cc in each of my 1/2 pinters, so maybe put in 4 cc or so. One thing I noticed was that the jar I put the most spores in colonized the quickest.


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Re: Bigger container = more spores? [Re: NariusFractal]
    #1384331 - 03/17/03 02:26 PM (13 years, 8 months ago)

They will grow with the same amount, however more spores will make the substrate colonize faster. However, there is a point where you will be adding too much water and can actually harm the substrate. The best way to colonize the fastest would be to use multiple points of injection, but this cause a higher chance of contams. I personally would use 4 injection points, each with .5 to 1 cc of spore solution.


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Re: Bigger container = more spores? [Re: si1988crx]
    #1384455 - 03/17/03 02:58 PM (13 years, 8 months ago)

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They will grow with the same amount, however more spores will make the substrate colonize faster. However, there is a point where you will be adding too much water and can actually harm the substrate. The best way to colonize the fastest would be to use multiple points of injection, but this cause a higher chance of contams. I personally would use 4 injection points, each with .5 to 1 cc of spore solution.





yup more spores = faster
1cc spores = same thang but will take a few more days weeks to finish + you can make more with the rest of the spores u have


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Re: Bigger container = more spores? [Re: x_bonerz_x]
    #1384633 - 03/17/03 03:52 PM (13 years, 8 months ago)

err right i ment 1ccs not 10ccs haha.

thanks!

I put in a bit more then normal, 1.5CCs, I think thats a good bet.


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