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Offlinethegoldenteacher
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neglect tek Q's light, temp, water bath, etc
    #364975 - 08/01/01 08:29 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

how does one maintain a good temp for the jars? would about 85 degrees be good? I'm thinking of putting my jars in a water bath, filled up to about 3/4 ways up my jars, with one of those tubey aquarium heaters in it. You think that will work? Is there any type of light that will stimulate mycelium growth? thanks.

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Re: neglect tek Q's light, temp, water bath, etc [Re: thegoldenteacher]
    #364980 - 08/01/01 08:42 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

GT..
I haven't posted much here but have been around for awhile and remember the controversy between hippie3 and everyone else (so it seemed). A foaf tried the neglect "tek" myself and found that it works almost always. Temps don't really seem to matter much as long as you keep it under 95 and above 65 ( to keep growth from slowing). A foaf sat his next to his computer and had shroomies within 2 weeks. He liked this so much that he made a seperate chamber to let them fruit invitro while waiting for space in the terrarium. after they have grown in the jars harvest them and case the cakes. No waste no problems. I really don't understand why everybody is against it. Maybe it's change they fear



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Re: neglect tek Q's light, temp, water bath, etc [Re: birdbrain]
    #364997 - 08/01/01 09:12 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

birdbrain,
my friend will be doing a few jars "neglect" style,
she says she wont be against it if it works, and juding by most people's stories (including hippie's) she thinks it will be successful..

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