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    #489371 - 12/13/01 01:22 AM (15 years, 10 months ago)

is there a faster way to colonize besides using jars. what about taking spores and squirting them into a jar w/ liquid malt extract.? i think i have read that somewhere.


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Re: colonizing [Re: nobbik]
    #489515 - 12/13/01 05:03 AM (15 years, 10 months ago)

malt extract tek is used to innoculate jars for faster growth of the mycelium or to save spores


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Re: colonizing [Re: mastreo]
    #490695 - 12/14/01 03:34 AM (15 years, 10 months ago)

i didnt mean to write that about squirting teh liquid into jars. thnx for clearign up waht the malt extract is used for though. i m still curious about if there is another faster way to colonize if i m going to be using the straw tek other than colinizing in jars.


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Re: colonizing [Re: nobbik]
    #490796 - 12/14/01 07:36 AM (15 years, 10 months ago)

It seems to me after reading posts on here, that if you have some kind of "food", for lack of a better word, for the mycelium it will colonize faster. Things you can use-malt extract, honey, even brown rice(flour, or grain) seems to have a lot of nutrients in it. The only prob is these things could possibly open your substrate to having contamination problems.-Will


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