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On a percentage basis, if you had the same amount of spawn in two different batches, but one being from an average agar isolate clone, and one from a good multispore syringe, both with the same type,amount of substrate, and casing layer how much more would the clone probablly yield than the spores?(long sentance huh?)
IME clones aren't about high yields, more...consistancy. if you can get a good isolate that produces, say a dry ounce per flush then that's wel and good..... some isolates do a lot worse, but they do it every time.. you might on occaision do a multispore of a particular strain and get 2 oz per flush, and then try it again and get 1/2 an oz this time. so to answer your Q, an "average" isolate will, in the long run, produce more than an averge multispore, though in the short run it's anyone's guess.....
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