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OfflineGreyStreet
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Can you combine Mycelium from the same stain?
    #2285325 - 01/29/04 10:36 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

I am sure that a lot of people will think this is a retarded question, but I can't find a direct answer to this question.

I know if you mix two strains together the stronger of the two will take over the weaker. So if you combine two jars of mycelium together (of the same strain but not from the same original print) will they cohabitate or will the mycelium of the possible "stronger jar" take over the "weaker" jars mycelium.

Thanks for any answers to this probably dumb question.


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    #2285336 - 01/29/04 10:39 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)



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Re: Can you combine Mycelium from the same stain? [Re: OldSpice]
    #2285347 - 01/29/04 10:45 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

perhaps a "protein" stain. dude, it is advised that you do NOT spank off on your agar or into your jars.


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Re: Can you combine Mycelium from the same stain? [Re: GreyStreet]
    #2285367 - 01/29/04 10:54 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

Yes you can... it happens almost every time someone successfully uses spores.

Competing myc may reduce fruiting... some case two jars side by side in the same mix... so they don't conflict too much.

GTG is supposed to work better.


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Re: Can you combine Mycelium from the same stain? [Re: GreyStreet]
    #2285416 - 01/29/04 11:09 PM (12 years, 10 months ago)

the "stronger" strain doesnt take over the weaker strain. but a stronger/faster growing genetic make up will definitly increase the probability that it will colonize faster, therefor control a larger area of substrate. i find that mycellium from differnt cultures just coexists and interconnects/becomes one. at least this is what it looks like from my observations.


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Re: Can you combine Mycelium from the same stain? [Re: amyloid]
    #2285766 - 01/30/04 12:55 AM (12 years, 10 months ago)

Thanks for the replies. I thought that you could mix myc. together as long as it was the same strain. I know that you can if the myc. originated from a single print, but was not sure if it would if the myc of two prints (same strain) were mixed together.

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Re: Can you combine Mycelium from the same stain? [Re: GreyStreet]
    #2286011 - 01/30/04 02:48 AM (12 years, 10 months ago)

what if they were different strains>?


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Re: Can you combine Mycelium from the same stain? [Re: Homerboro]
    #2286074 - 01/30/04 03:35 AM (12 years, 10 months ago)

You could not mix them... but they could grow side by side.


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Re: Can you combine Mycelium from the same stain? [Re: Rose]
    #2286509 - 01/30/04 09:36 AM (12 years, 10 months ago)

you can mix to colinized cakes or differnt strains Ive done it with pr an B+ and it was really cool I had these little fucker brushing up against these monsteres they where all mixed up it was cool as hell


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Re: Can you combine Mycelium from the same stain? [Re: fee]
    #2286706 - 01/30/04 11:42 AM (12 years, 10 months ago)

I thought that if you mixed the myc. of two seperate strains then they would "fight" each other for dominance. Thanks for helping me figure everything out everyone.

It's apreciated.


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