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Re: Spawn [Re: sill_o_cin]
    #346768 - 06/22/01 05:34 PM (16 years, 10 months ago)

if you want to spawn things with out a P.C. then do the pf method and steam or boil the jars...whatever it says in the directions and from there use the grown out cakes as spawn. Manure (pasturised) works as does straw (1-3" pieces also pasturised) good luck.

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Re: Spawn [Re: ALDER_057]
    #347401 - 06/23/01 03:22 PM (16 years, 9 months ago)

Okay I have five 100% colonized Psilocybe Cubensis Treasure Coast ready to go.

I would like to use straw as spawn substrate. Should I use straw from a farm or what? When I pasturize the straw I am assuming I should place straw into a pillow case and boil in a pot of water for 45 mins or so on a low setting?

After pasturizing should I just place straw into a container and put colonized cakes into corners and middle of the straw and cover with suran wrap and wait another month?

See I am not to sure of the specifics involved

Sure would appreciate some help'

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Re: Spawn [Re: sill_o_cin]
    #347440 - 06/23/01 04:13 PM (16 years, 9 months ago)

Read up on Pasturization. Your not BOILING the straw. peacec

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