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OfflineTylor
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Rye Tek, Orissa India pics
    #3993453 - 03/31/05 02:55 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Heres my Rye tek. The strain in the pics is Orissa India.

The First step is to acquire all the necessary tools and ingredients.
Everything you will need is listed below:
Organic Rye grain (can be found at any health food store)
Coco Coir (can be found at your local horticultural store)
Perlite (can be found at your local horticultural store)
Vermiculite (can be found at your local horticultural store)
Alcohol
Coffee filters or Tyvek
Quart Mason jars
Large pressure cooker

Now to begin preparing the substrate (growing medium). In our case we will be using rye grain. Fill each quart jar with 300-400ml of dry rye grain, then add water till the jar is about ? full. Let the jars soak for 12-24 hours. This is a crucial step in the process. Pre soaking the grain allows for bacterial spores to germinate. Bacterial spores cannot be killed when pressure cooking unless they have germinated.

The next step is to simmer the rye grain. The reason we do this is to add the proper moisture content to the grain. Pour all your grain into a strainer and give it a quick rinse. Then simmer the grain in water for 30 min, or until the kernels start to burst, usually 30-45 min, don?t go over 45 min.

After simmering the grain, empty it back into the strainer. Give the grain a good rinse. Leave the grain in the strainer for 45 min to allow it to dry out a bit. If there is too much water when you put the grain in the quart jars you will be much more prone to wet spot contamination when incubating. I built a large strainer out of some mesh I bought at the hardware store, spreading the grain over a larger strainer will help it dry much quicker.


Once you have let the grain dry for 45 min Load it all back into your quart jars. Fill the quart jars to about 3/4 full, so you have some room to shake them up later. Poke a couple holes in the tops of the mason jar lids with a nail. Put the caps on the jars and put a layer of tinfoil over the tops of the jars and place them all in your pressure cooker. Pressure cook the jars at 15 PSI for 1 hour.

After 1 hour in the pressure cooker remove the jars (be careful there extremely hot) and give them a good shaking. If you have a flow hood then place the jars under it until they have cooled. When they have cooled to room temperature, inoculate each jar with your spore formula. Always heat sterilize the syringe. Place a flame under the needle until it glows red then wipe clean with an alcohol soaked cloth. If you have a flow hood then now would be a good time to use it. Immediately after inoculating each jar, place a coffee filter or tyvek filter over the top of the jar, use elastics to hold it on. Shake the jars before putting them in your incubator. Incubate at 83-85 F, the core temperature of the jars are usually a couple degrees warmer then the air temperature of your incubator.


After the mycelium has colonized 10% of the jar shake the shit out of it. Then again at 50%. Sometimes it helps to shake a third time. After the jars have completely colonized, Shake the shit out of it one last time. In a small Tupperware container or something of the sort, (this should all be done under a flow hood if one is available) pour a one inch layer of 50/50 vermiculite/coco coir mix. Then pour the broken up rye grain on top of the first layer creating a 3 inch layer, the last layer will be a 3/4 inch layer of the 50/50 vermiculite/coir mix. Put it back in the incubator. P.S. make sure the verm/coir mix is moist.


After a few days you?ll see mycelium poking through the top surface, now is the time to put it in your fruiting chamber. The temperature of your fruiting chamber should be 70-75. Mist the casings several times daily and fan out the fruiting chamber minimum 3 times a day (a cool mist humidifier works great for air circulation). Humidity should be around 90% (Perlite is perfect for keeping humidity high, Ultrasonic humidifiers also work well). After a couple weeks you?ll see pins start forming, at this point discontinue the mistings and watch your mushrooms grow.





Consume. And enjoy.


Edited by Tylor (04/02/05 02:45 PM)


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: Tylor]
    #3993462 - 03/31/05 02:58 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Nice pictoral! :thumbup: :thumbup:


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: MrMaddHatter]
    #3993879 - 03/31/05 08:11 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Beautiful. Just what I needed!!!

Unfortunately I only have 1 liter of vermiculite and 500g of rye. That's it. What do you suppose I should do? No coco coir, no perlite, not even coffe filters!


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: bigsensiskunk]
    #3994297 - 03/31/05 10:54 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

I suggest you go out and by some.


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: Tylor]
    #3994494 - 03/31/05 11:45 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

The problem is I can't do that from anywhere else than the internet.
I guess it'll have to do without all those complicated materials. Just vermiculite.


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: bigsensiskunk]
    #3994533 - 03/31/05 11:54 AM (11 years, 8 months ago)

dont you have like a garden store or a feed store or do you live in the middle of nowhere. those things you mention are very common in almost any garden center except maybe the coco coir. Hell even the flowerist around my way will sell perlite.

And what planet do you live on where they dont drink coffie? You can find coffie filters in every grocery store ive ever seen.


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: goofy98]
    #3994591 - 03/31/05 12:04 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Yeah, i can find all of those at 3 different places within 2 miles of my house. Walmart sells everything but coir. Gardening Center sells everything you could ever need to grow mushies except maybe big plastic tubs. Call up a few places bigsensi, trust me, i learned that's the way to go.


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: jamsandwich]
    #3995596 - 03/31/05 03:56 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

I live in Eatern Europe my friend and believe me, I'd trade places with you right now!!!
No garden store sells perlite, and believe me,I've searched and there are no paper coffee filters, just plastic ones.

I wasn't just a plain newbie wanting to grow mushrooms. I'm a desperate one!


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: bigsensiskunk]
    #3995620 - 03/31/05 03:59 PM (11 years, 8 months ago)

Hmmmm. I'm sure you could find it online, if that's a possibility.


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: Tylor]
    #12294744 - 03/29/10 08:54 PM (6 years, 8 months ago)

how much did all that weigh to?


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: fung]
    #12294760 - 03/29/10 08:58 PM (6 years, 8 months ago)

Quote:

fung said:
how much did all that weigh to?



This is a four almost five year old post..


Edited by LiquidMyce (03/29/10 09:49 PM)


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: hamloaf]
    #12294778 - 03/29/10 09:02 PM (6 years, 8 months ago)

:facepalm:


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Re: Rye Tek, Orissa India pics [Re: JonEveryman88]
    #12295707 - 03/29/10 11:47 PM (6 years, 8 months ago)

Hahahaha! Came out to 3 lbs. dry on the dot.  :bye:


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