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When is the best time to inoculate substrate with liquid innoculant. Should you wait until it has used up all of the sugars in the liquid culture, or use it early on? When brewing with yeast it is in the early stages that it is its most vigourous. When using a yeast as a "starter" (a small volume of fermenting liquid added to a larger volume) you brew it up and add it while it is still in the early stages.
If the mycelium is still in the early stages is it more "vigorous" like the yeast? The liquid still has sugars so when it is sprayed onto the grains they would be coated in a light sugar solution that the mycelium has already "gotten used to" so may continue to grow at a quicker pace.
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