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    #447895 - 11/05/01 06:10 PM (17 years, 1 month ago)

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Re: kitgrowing [Re: toolshroomer]
    #447927 - 11/05/01 06:46 PM (17 years, 1 month ago)

Ah yes ole Homestead.... They have been around since like the 60's I believe. They used to be the ONLY public spore vendor in America as I recall.

Unless they have updated there book they have one of the most complicated growing teks there is. If you can master it you can isolate the best strain from spores and kick ass. Sadly I would not recomend that tek for the average begineer. The PF Tek is light years easier I believe. They used to be pretty damm expensive too as I recall.


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Re: kitgrowing [Re: toolshroomer]
    #448664 - 11/06/01 06:09 AM (17 years, 1 month ago)

Well,it's a tricky kit for a newbie, but that one got me started. PF is much easier and way more effective, but since you have the kit..give it ago.It worked for me. Not a great yield, but it worked. So, follow your instructionsand best of luck.You just have to do some agar work and isolate some mycelium. You can also use your print to make some syringes and have those going at the same time in PF BFR jars. That Amazonian strain they use is pretty potent IMO.


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