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OfflineMcSmeekle
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Mycobags
    #1905968 - 09/11/03 04:27 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

Fellow growers...

I'm new when it comes to growing, and I was curious about Mycobags. I have cased only once, but it seems that using presteralized mycobags may be a great idea to save time and hassle. What I understand is that they are presteralized with substrate, so all I would have to do is inject some spore solution (1cc per bag?) into the innoculation spot and set them in a dark place to mature, correct? However, after they have grown white with mycelium what is the next step? Leave them in the bag, maybe with a few holes..? Or cut the bag open and case the colonized substrate?

Also, are there just empty bags that can be filled with some substrate and steralized in a pressure cooker??

Any information on these and where to get a good prduct from would be great... thanks.



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Re: Mycobags [Re: McSmeekle]
    #1905980 - 09/11/03 04:29 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

3cc per bag...


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Re: Mycobags [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #1906544 - 09/11/03 06:43 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

you can fruit inside the bag but you should case them or at least birth into a terrarium


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Re: Mycobags [Re: hater666]
    #1906577 - 09/11/03 06:53 PM (14 years, 8 months ago)

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Also, are there just empty bags that can be filled with some substrate and steralized in a pressure cooker??




Most vedors sell empty mycobags that can be filled with a substrate and and sterilized at will. I would recomend not to cut open the bag, as they can be reused, but to crumble up the substrate without opening the bag (during incubation the substrate should be shaken and squidged about regularly) and then open the bag and case.


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