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problem with consistentcy in cakes...can't get inocculation to hold.
    #4546888 - 08/17/05 03:52 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

I am new to shroomery, but I have used its resources for years.  I have grown psylocybin mushrooms in the past with great success, however recently I have had no luck in being able to keep my cakes from becoming contaminated and basically rot right in the jars.  I also have tried a different recipe with no luck.  I have checkedand double checked my steps with no improvements.  I have always used whole grain brown rice with either perlite or vermiculite. I use a pressure cooker with pint jars.  What I am asking for is if someone has any suggestions of what may be wrong or if they have what they consider a 'failproof' or 'foolproof' procedure, it would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks... :mushroom2:


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Re: problem with consistentcy in cakes...can't get inocculation to hold. [Re: AltExp]
    #4546903 - 08/17/05 03:57 PM (11 years, 6 months ago)

You probably got a bad contam a while back that has spread many mold spores throughout your house... use a tyvek filter disk, double the size of your holes and stuff them with polyfill... Nuke the hell out of everything with oust before doing anything sterile. Get a Hepa filter or 2.

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Re: problem with consistentcy in cakes...can't get inocculation to hold. [Re: pcubmycol]
    #4550511 - 08/18/05 06:19 AM (11 years, 6 months ago)

Could it be contaminated spores?


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