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Invisiblecarmex234
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can someone correct me???
    #329389 - 05/30/01 03:31 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Okay, im new to bulk techs, let me see if i understand, spawn is the liquid innoculant that you would add to compost to colonize.....that liquid innoculant being, a spore syringe, mycelium water...And the substrate is things like hay, and cow crap....so the more nutrition you have the more you grow



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Re: can someone correct me??? [Re: carmex234]
    #329411 - 05/30/01 04:02 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

No, spawn is usually some kind of grain(rye, millet) that has been innoculated with spore suspension or liquid mycelium inoculant).
Spawn can also be woodbased for woodlovers(woodchips supplemented with bran)
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Re: can someone correct me??? [Re: carmex234]
    #329415 - 05/30/01 04:06 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Spawn is whatever you use to innoculate your substrate.  Be it mycelium solution, spore water, colonized rye grass seed, or colonized PF/MMGG cakes.

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