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Bulk Substrate from Magic Guide 3.2
    #2011146 - 10/15/03 12:22 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

I know this guide is old but I was wondering if the instructions for growing bulk amounts of substrate by mixing whole grain rye and a spawn jar together in a food processor and placing it in a 1 quart works well. I haven't seen anyone really mentioning this TEK much. Are there any real issues with this method or are there other methods that work better?


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Re: Bulk Substrate from Magic Guide 3.2 [Re: MadHatR]
    #2011521 - 10/15/03 04:21 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

Sorry for such a newbie question, but I keep seeing how people are making such a large number of spawning jars, I figured that there must be problems with this method or else everyone would be using it. Thanks in advance for any help or recommendations.


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Re: Bulk Substrate from Magic Guide 3.2 [Re: MadHatR]
    #2011547 - 10/15/03 04:30 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

The method you speak of works great, but you have to be VERY sterile to keep it from getting contaminated. It could very easily be done in a lab.
Most people just do grain to grain transfers to make lots of spawn, or they use liquid inoculum.
I suggest you thoroughly read through the FAQs and various threads. :cool: 


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