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Poo as spawn material
    #4053986 - 04/14/05 11:29 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

  Can poo/verm/straw mix be used as spawn to more poo?  I believe Agar had said something about this, but I wasn't sure if this applied to mixes (store manure, verm, straw). 
  One would want to make sure that the poo is fully colonized...so would the myc still be viable for spawn even if one were to let it go a few days or week too long to ensure colonization and got a few "inpootro" fruits ( couldn't resist, sorry :nonono: ).  We're talking about pasteurized poo/verm/straw (bleach, hydrated lime, heat pasteurization) that was spawned with WBS. 
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Re: Poo as spawn material [Re: GnuBobo]
    #4054031 - 04/14/05 11:44 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

It would definitely work. The one thing you'd have to watch is weakening genetics through continuous transfer, I'd treat it with the same rules as a G2G.


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Re: Poo as spawn material [Re: Holydiver]
    #4054061 - 04/14/05 11:52 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

Thanks. I'm going to follow the same spawning ratios as G2G...perhaps a little better to aid faster colonization. Good to know. Cheers.


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Re: Poo as spawn material [Re: GnuBobo]
    #4054070 - 04/14/05 11:54 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

While spawning poo to more poo might be okay (never tried it), one must be sure to never get any casing material in that mix, especially that containing peat moss. Peat moss usually has green mold resting in it. If you give it the chance, it will spread to the spawn. Also, never spawn anything unsterile to grain, colonized poo or otherwise. That would be instant disaster.

Why would you take a chance to spawn poo to poo anyway when real spawn, the pure grain kind, is so easy to make? I wouldn't even bother. Of all these people saying it'll work, how many actually do that regularly? My guess is probably none. I noticed a lot of people like to say things will work on a hunch around here rather than personal experience.


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Re: Poo as spawn material [Re: Holydiver]
    #4054088 - 04/14/05 11:59 AM (12 years, 3 months ago)

i can only speak from my personal experience, but diver is totally right on this. Currently i do one transfer from 30 cakes(soon to be rye grain)to a mixture of 50/50 horse dung and straw in an oven bag. Second i allow that to fully colonize, break that apart for the 3rd spawning to 100% horse dung. Due to the recent purchase of rye grains, i will prolly just make more spawn as the above post from blue helix suggests instead of going from brown rice cakes, to horse dung/straw, to dung.


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Re: Poo as spawn material [Re: thenewguy05]
    #4704060 - 09/24/05 05:51 AM (11 years, 9 months ago)

im gonna try it. other than the genetics fallin apart it seems to me that 4 big bags of shit should be able to make 16 big bags of shit.


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