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quart of liquid dextrose
    #1532738 - 05/09/03 01:04 AM (14 years, 24 days ago)

could a quart of colonized liquid dextrose be used to colonize staw?


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Re: quart of liquid dextrose [Re: JameZTheNewbie]
    #1533017 - 05/09/03 02:11 AM (14 years, 24 days ago)

ive seen posted here it can be used to make liquid cultures...and well i need them for a myco bag i should be receaving......but i was jw if since its used for myco bags it can be used for straw by its self....or am i getting the wrong idea?


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Re: quart of liquid dextrose [Re: JameZTheNewbie]
    #1533207 - 05/09/03 03:14 AM (14 years, 24 days ago)

I dont think there many nutrients in straw. You'd have to colonize jars with the dextrose, then spawn the jars to straw. Maybe add some compost, dung or worm castings to the straw.

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Re: quart of liquid dextrose [Re: JameZTheNewbie]
    #1533338 - 05/09/03 03:43 AM (14 years, 24 days ago)



Use liquid culture (above) to innoc WBS jars, then use those as spawn into dung/straw or good compost, case & fruit out.

You will get shrooms like this,  :grin:

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