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Whole rice and tampanensis?
    #603979 - 04/10/02 02:44 AM (21 years, 10 months ago)

I would like to use rice as the substrate for sclerotia formation of a tampanensis clone I have. I read somewhere that rice is a good substrate. I am in need of a recipe for this. I also need to know what kind of specific rice to get. I have heard of differences in hull strength between short grain and long grain.

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Re: Whole rice and tampanensis? [Re: Joshua]
    #604277 - 04/10/02 12:31 PM (21 years, 10 months ago)

I don?t think it matters much which rice you use.
Una used normal white rice(without a hull) which he inoculated with liquid mycelium. He cooked the rice in a one step process by adding water to rice in the jar and pressure cooking it.
I guess you could attempt something similar like the substrate in the 9er tek.

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Re: Whole rice and tampanensis? [Re: Joshua]
    #604777 - 04/10/02 09:35 PM (21 years, 10 months ago)

I have some mexi A that I just started on plain cooked brown rice, the spores have germinated and are growing now after two weeks. Since the two strains are similar I'd guess that some plain brown rice would work with the tampas. I'd like to see your progress as I've become very interested in these sclerotia forming psilocybes lately.

Jena

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