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Will moving mycelium to antoher cake work???
    #498542 - 12/22/01 12:43 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

I inculated some jars. Its only growning in one spot. Can i take some of that growing mycelium and put it in the cakes with no growth? Will that work? Probly to much risk of contamination.

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Re: Will moving mycelium to antoher cake work??? [Re: JayBin]
    #498663 - 12/22/01 04:49 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

i was wondering this too but im a beginner and didnt get to experiment with that. im sure some of the experts have though, lets hope they answer.

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Re: Will moving mycelium to antoher cake work??? [Re: 3ptCrown]
    #498673 - 12/22/01 04:57 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

any living mycellial tissue when introduced to the correct environment will grow; so yes it can work. if you try to take it out and move it to the new jar will it work? probably not. no offense but you probably wouldnt be able to do it successfully w/o at least a glovebox and very sterile equipment. if you have a fully colonized cake and can use the oven tek to creat a flowhood to keep shit from falling in your jars you can take a sterile [just like everything else] drinking starw and insert it in the cake with a little effort. push it in a few inches and with little more effort extract a portion of the inner of the cake into the end of the straw. introduce that to the new jar while sitting in front of your oven. that would probably be your easiest bet for now with limited resources.

Holy shit people; COMMON SENSE! we were all born with it where did it go?
maybe theres a tek out there to explain how to use it!
BUCKETS BRIGADE left hand man!!!

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