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OfflineRJLR
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Can you miss out the spores....
    #3876398 - 03/06/05 09:45 AM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Good evening all.
I've grow mycelium on agar from the mycelium covered grains left over at the bottom of a jar, they are spreading really quickly... I was wondering if you could miss out the spore scraping all together if you get a good cycle going with the agar... this way would cost a hell of a lot less, but it seems there would be a problem with this idea some where... would the mycelium turn out to fruit less eventually.... what d' ya think?

on the left a piece cut from the heart of a mushroom done 2 1/2 weeks ago. On the right the mycelium from the grain done three days ago. :wink:


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Re: Can you miss out the spores.... [Re: RJLR]
    #3876845 - 03/06/05 12:58 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

Im not 100% sure of were you're getting at. Are you talking about streaching the colonized agar on to more plates? And after that, on to a substrate for fruiting?


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Re: Can you miss out the spores.... [Re: RJLR]
    #3876938 - 03/06/05 01:16 PM (12 years, 5 months ago)

having a hard time understanding your question too.

can you reword it?

thanks!~


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