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Use of petri dishes & small jars for fast fruiting
    #582845 - 03/19/02 12:53 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Growing in half pint jars, trays, tupperware is great but hey I just want some mushies to eat a.s.a.p I have seen mushies groing on petri dishes and have herd of mushrooms fruiting within 2 weeks start to finish when grown in small jars (about the size of a hockey puck) This seems that using small contains would save a ton of time and produce the same product in the end just not as much but for a flush or two this seems like it could be the best way anyone have experence with this? advice? teks? what if I took a petri dish filled it with some brf or millet etc then popped the lid on kept it warm let it colonize then remove the lid pop it inta a grow chamber then.......it fruits all in a fraction of the time? the only drawback would be having to remke the small containers after a flush or two but who cares they seem fater and easy.


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Re: Use of petri dishes & small jars for fast fruiting [Re: shrogg]
    #583624 - 03/19/02 08:53 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

These are old, but I posted them recently in pictures forum:




Millet works well, just hard to keep sterile in a petri dish. Baby food jars work pretty well. Shroom(mage I think, maybe lord) did a shitload of work on the B+ like this. I'm not sure if his improved strain ever got out there. He was planning on sending it to ryche before he disappeared back when ryche got popped. It works, it's fun, good luck.


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Re: Use of petri dishes & small jars for fast fruiting [Re: shrogg]
    #583839 - 03/20/02 02:16 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

I'm not sure wether it's really faster than big jars but these small jars produce a relatively big amount amount of mushrooms.
Jars are 200 ml and are filled with 50 grams of millet, 50 ml of water cased with a thin layer of casing soil:

equador cubensis first flush



equador cubensis first flush



cambodian cubensis first flush (on rye)



cambodian cubensis first flush (on rye)



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Re: Use of petri dishes & small jars for fast fruiting [Re: shrogg]
    #585379 - 03/21/02 04:40 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

dont you find that the agar dries up?


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Re: Use of petri dishes & small jars for fast fruiting [Re: cookiewhore]
    #586129 - 03/22/02 10:08 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Don't fruit on petri dishes. You will not harvest but a few matchsticks, if things go really well for you. I highly recomend using (petri)dishes for anyone, but probly not for a newbie, until theyve grown like 2 batches of pf style and read TMC 3x cover to cover.
The time vs. reward/effort for fruiting on plates is not worth it. take the time to do it right,especially when just learning.


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Re: Use of petri dishes & small jars for fast fruiting [Re: black_dove]
    #586171 - 03/22/02 10:54 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

black dove, you're right. I guess I misread the post the first time. I swear I read something in there about breeding and strain developement! No, don't try to fruit off of petri's if you want fruits to eat, LOL. Fruiting off petris is great for strain developement and testing though.

But agar isn't as hard as you make it sound dove. You don't even need to own TMC, just use peroxidated agar to clone a fruit. As soon as you have your first fruit, there is no reason why you shouldn't be able to clone it with peroxidated agar and go from there. Agar is easy.


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