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InvisibleSouthernGent
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Re: Mycobags vs. Swami Bags (yea right) [Re: Seuss]
    #563920 - 02/26/02 03:07 PM (22 years, 1 day ago)

exactly and its hard to trademark a thought or idea thats already in common use


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Re: Mycobags vs. Swami Bags [Re: Swami]
    #563921 - 02/26/02 03:09 PM (22 years, 1 day ago)

... just to hammer home this point, bags are larger than most jars and hold more substrate. This means it is easier to get contamination. More substrate means more places for contamination to hide. More substrate means longer time periods for mycelium to colonize giving contamination more time to get a foot hold. More substrate means more mass to bring to temperature which means longer cook times for sterilization. Of course, more substrate means larger harvests when everything works out well! :-)

... my friend has had probably three times the number of bags go bad vs jars. Of course, these were bags my friend was doing herself, not pre-made. We cannot speak for the pre-sterilized ready-to-go bags. She did have to travel the learning curve (and still is).


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InvisibleSwami
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Re: Mycobags vs. Swami Bags (yea right) [Re: homage_etd]
    #564002 - 02/26/02 05:02 PM (22 years, 1 day ago)

You and people of your nature ..
I have no idea to what you are referring.

So id like to ask you to take your agression
My reporting the fact that my bags did not colonize is aggressive? And how is that different than anyone else who encounters culturing difficulty?

and greed elswhere please.
What greed? What post are you reading?


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InvisibleSwami
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Re: Mycobags vs. Swami Bags (yea right) [Re: SouthernGent]
    #564009 - 02/26/02 05:12 PM (22 years, 1 day ago)

Is that what everyone is twisted about? That was a joke. I was not promoting anything nor do I plan to do so. I just wanted to do a side-by-side comparison of different substrates using otherwise identical conditions.

I had thought that experiments like this were highly welcomed on cultivator boards so that general knowledge might be expanded. It took some time to photograph, touch-up, upload and explain exactly what I did. Are you trying to discourage people from posting about their experiences?


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Invisiblesloluva
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Re: Mycobags vs. Swami Bags (yea right) [Re: Swami]
    #564010 - 02/26/02 05:13 PM (22 years, 1 day ago)

Okay kids, I started this thread as a way for some of us newer guys to compare notes on our fledgling efforts, and hopefully help each other. It has degraded into petty bullshit that veers away from the original post. I am not going to point any fingers, I'm just trying to enjoy my hobby. Any of you that are still interested in exchanging information, please PM me as I will now ignore this thread.

Perhaps an Admin. would be kind enough to lock this puppy down?

Please bicker elsewhere.

Peas,

Slo


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InvisibleSwami
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Re: Mycobags vs. Swami Bags (yea right) [Re: sloluva]
    #564263 - 02/26/02 09:43 PM (22 years, 1 day ago)

So basically no one has any idea why the bags failed to colonize?


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