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Growing/Creating Substrate straight from casing?
    #2485806 - 03/31/04 01:06 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

This is my first post, but I am curious if this is possible.

1 syringe
1 casing mix such as http://www.mycotopia.net/site/article.php?29.255
-coir and vermiculate

what i am wondering is if you could grow the substrate directly in the casing? would the syringe's spores grow in such a mix, even if it is 100% sterile?

what if you add brown rice flour to the casing mix or a thin layer on top?

i'm just curious to know if there is a method to go from syringe to casing or some type of conatainer without having to make cakes/jars first.

i have searched the forums/articles and have found no answer, my guess is its not possible or suggested. thanks for any response!


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Re: Growing/Creating Substrate straight from casing? [Re: jroe]
    #2485812 - 03/31/04 01:08 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

or could i make rice cakes, add requierd CC to the top of the cake, and set the cake on top of the casing? thus allowing the growth of the shroom onto the cake, then spreading to the casing? or is that not possible?

just ideas and questions:)


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Re: Growing/Creating Substrate straight from casing? [Re: jroe]
    #2485825 - 03/31/04 01:11 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

nope...the reason you gotta do cakes is they have nutrition for the myc. casing material is neutral no enefit stuff.

Make cakes (easy enough) and the mix with the casing material(even easier)

its the easiest worry free way.


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