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OfflineTrauM
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Starting my own project - Need experienced help
    #1577603 - 05/26/03 02:59 AM (14 years, 4 months ago)

Hey there.

Just moved out of home with a roomate, we are interested in starting our own little mushroom grow.

I know there are lots of ways to grown shrooms out of products you can find in your house - which to me seems complicated.

The other day I was at my local head shop downtown and noticed a shroom grower kit which was quite pricey but seems professional, I didn't talk to the employee's about it like I should have but now im thinking of getting it and skipping all the rif raff of doing it yourself at home, but I know things aren't always what they seem so I want to ask some of you experienced cultivationists out there if this is really worth the money and if it even works at all.

What are the pro's/con's and that type of stuff?

Thanks for reading and enjoy the long weekend.


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Re: Starting my own project - Need experienced help [Re: TrauM]
    #1578028 - 05/26/03 11:30 AM (14 years, 4 months ago)

Dont buy a grow kit. Just go buy some jars, substrate, vermiculite, peat-moss, some poo-based compost and a few rubber made containers. If you have a pressure sterilizer(or buy one for about $90) then you can use whole grain substrate and use bigger jars, and you can colonize them faster because you would be using shakable substrate.

You'll get much better results with bulk casings than you will with little mushroom kits.


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