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Liquid Myclieum ORRR a dark dark syringe...
    #2033877 - 10/22/03 09:57 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

I am wondering what has a faster colonization time when applied to millet. A syringe of liquid mycliem or a syringe that's more purple than your grandad's balls. Which one? Also, which one has a higher contam possibility?

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Re: Liquid Myclieum ORRR a dark dark syringe... [Re: YellowSubmarine]
    #2034130 - 10/22/03 11:15 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

Using liquid mycelia is far quicker than spore water. Spores need to germinate before colonizing, whereas liquid mycelia is already colonizing so of course it is going to colonize a jar quicker.

Here is a link for preparing liquid cultures.

http://mv.lycaeum.org/mu/_liquid_culture.html

When you use liquid culture it is recommended you use peroxide on the jars to thoroughly eradicate any contaminants on the substrate. These links all cover different aspects of using peroxide in mushroom growing so take a look at them.

http://mv.lycaeum.org/peroxide/
http://mv.lycaeum.org/peroxide/_peroxide_summary.html
http://www.mycomasters.com/Try-it.html
http://www.wildmushrooms.org/frames/oms_peroxide.htm
http://members.aol.com/PeroxyMan/


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Re: Liquid Myclieum ORRR a dark dark syringe... [Re: Shamanorrhea]
    #2034228 - 10/22/03 11:51 PM (13 years, 7 months ago)

If a spore syringe is dark it's usually a good thing; a lot of spores per amount of water. If it's not completely sterile, though, the higher amount of spores means a higher probablility of contamination, because with a higher amount of spores added there's more of a chance for contaminant spores to be in it, too.

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