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OfflineTyler Durden
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Re: Ryche's Equadorians
    #66899 - 11/29/99 06:58 AM (22 years, 10 months ago)

Good Luck man, I just had the first of my fruits of the Eq strain, also from Ryche...and it blew me away, I was on the other side for an eternity, approx. 5 hours our time...I understood it ALL man...


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66901 - 11/29/99 08:20 AM (22 years, 10 months ago)

approximately how many of much did you have Tyler???? i'm curious because my first attempt is just now fruiting (eqs and B+ from Ryche).


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66902 - 11/29/99 04:13 PM (22 years, 10 months ago)

I just innoculated 6 - 1/2 pints on Saturday 11/27 @ 14:00 GMT using Ryche's spores also. Lets keep each other up to date on our progress.

Mine are in loose verm/rice flour (MMGG). Seemed rather dry (what do I know) but after 48hrs I see Teeniest of condensation on inside of jars, so I should be ok.

My computer assisted temp control is 84 - 88F (28 - 31c) (by computer assisted I mean the box sits on top of my puter for warmth :wink: )

So far no signs of life, good or bad. Not that I expected any, but I just HAVE to look....

Peace
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OfflineMindQuester
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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66903 - 11/29/99 06:03 PM (22 years, 10 months ago)

Gadget,

It would be cool to post progress reports every week or so since we innoculated roughly at the same time using same method. i plan to case using Shroom Wizards Tek.



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66904 - 11/29/99 07:09 AM (22 years, 10 months ago)

Hey gadget i just innoculated sun 11/28
using hawkes b+ but i am using aliens quinoa recipe (remember his post?).

What did you innoc with?

I also got some eq from him but i am gonna wait a week as i have 3 different strains going right now anyway



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OfflineGadget
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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66905 - 11/29/99 10:53 PM (22 years, 10 months ago)

I used Ryche's equadors also.

If enough cakes make it, I intend on simultaneously (sic) do a few straight cakes in perlight and the rest in Shroom Wizards casing method (that is the one using potting soil and verm, yes?)

I also have a full syringe of Ryche's B+ and about 4ml of Eq left over, I decided to start off small and work my way up, this way I can get over the learning curve w/o wasting my spore reservers.

Do we want to continue this thread for updates, or start a new one?

Thanks
/Gadget

PS Do all newbies have this unending urge to constantly keep checking in on there jars? :smile:



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Anonymous

Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66906 - 11/30/99 12:32 AM (22 years, 10 months ago)

me too


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66907 - 11/30/99 04:31 AM (22 years, 10 months ago)

I plan on innoculating tonight...as the roomates are transfixed in thier naked slumber.
I'm also using Ryche's Eq's
Some with BS and some just BR (MMGG style)
Thanks for the hookup Ryche...(YOU know what I mean!)


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66908 - 11/30/99 04:40 AM (22 years, 10 months ago)

yeah i'm excited i am going to be inoculating around midweek with equadors (24 jars with 4 syringes). I am planning on using shroom wizards tek. has anyone used alien substate w/ wizard tek?

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66909 - 11/30/99 04:21 PM (22 years, 10 months ago)

"Houston we have ignition!"

T +72 hours and one jar has the faintest of white fuzzy stuff growing near the glass!!

Temp is staying between 84-89f.

Happy Dance!
/Gadget



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66910 - 11/30/99 04:22 PM (22 years, 10 months ago)

my first batch i think i checked on them 2-3 times a day not so much now but i think its because i know what to expect


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66911 - 12/06/99 04:19 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Hey guys, How's Progress?

I just completed day 10 of incubation, I've got 2 of 6 jars showing great progress (about 25% colinization against inside of jar.) Another 2 are at maybe 10% and last 2 show no signs of life yet.

On the upside, so far no signs of Contamination :smile:

I am a little concerned about the 2 jars with no signs of life, The only thing I can think is that on those two jars, I didn't inject the spores right up against the glass, so hopefully they are growing like mad, but I can't see it yet.

Let me know how you guys are doing!

Thanks
/Gadget

PS Temp has ranged from 83F - 91F, but usualy around 86F 90% of the time. (local temp has ranged from low 40's to mid 80's so temp regulation has been a little difficult)



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OfflineMindQuester
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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66912 - 12/06/99 10:24 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

gadget,

My 10 jars are on day 9. All jars showing growth, anywhere from 1-2% to about 15%. Not going as fast as I hoped. Temp pretty constant at 82 degrees. About to case 3 jars of B+.



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66913 - 12/06/99 11:28 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Mindquester,

How long did it for your jars of B+ to become fully colonized?? Im on day 13 of my Jars of B+, most jars are around 30%



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66914 - 12/07/99 12:03 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Seems like a trend to order form ryche, maybe I should try it.

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66915 - 12/07/99 12:33 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Got mine from Ryche too.

The Lizard,



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66916 - 12/07/99 12:52 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Ryche is the SHIT. Huge spore clumps floating in the syringe. Dropped the order in the mail on Mon., got the goods on Sat. and I'm nowhere near Arizona!

Innoculated a small jar of malt extract broth this morning to use as mycellium water.



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66917 - 12/07/99 10:31 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

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Edited by Ryche Hawk (06/06/17 02:16 AM)


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66918 - 12/07/99 10:41 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

I have 2 1/2 pint Jars inoculated with Ryches Ecudorians and 4 1/2 pint jars Ryches B+.....Now my Ecudorians took 9 days(inoculations happend on 11/10) to show signs of growth!!!! But have colonized rapidly....The B+ also was slow...showed signs of growth 7 days after inculation and took off from there they have slowed done as none of the jars are 100% colonized, 1 Ec is like 99.953% and 3 of 4 B+s are not to far behind....My other Ec is being slow but thats my fault, I got worried they may not even colonize when I saw no growth, I swirled the jar and shook it a little so the growth looks all funny..... I will be turning each jar into Mycelium water to inoculate 10 spawn bags and 15 1 gallon jars So if there not 100% by the 10th....they should be okay to use for mycelium water to inoculate my bulk substrate.

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66919 - 12/07/99 10:43 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

OH! I forgot to say Ryche......Your the man!

Slow Growth = Cultivator Error....sometimes :smile:



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66920 - 12/07/99 03:37 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

I am casing my b+ tonight. Took a total of 32 days to colonize. First 2 weeks were at about 72-75 degrees; last 18 days at 82 degrees. Went much faster after I heated them up. Also, I believe I packed the substrate a little too much.


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66921 - 12/11/99 08:22 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Gadget's 14 day update..

So far no contam problems, 2 jars show no signs of life yet, maybe growing away inside, away from the glass.....

I took the tape off of 3 jars 2 days ago and I notice that those jars (with evident growth) show signs of thicker growth (like strands) than the still taped jars. Very much fighting the urge to untape the others, but I remain strong.

I believe I did fail to mention one deviation from standard MMGG procedure. I punched 4 innoculation holes in lid, but instead of having all 4 around perimeter, I have 3 around perimeter and 1 in center of lid. Oher than that I followed instructions to the letter.

So far, so good!

Peace
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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66922 - 12/11/99 08:24 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

good luck man, may buddah be with you


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    #66923 - 12/12/99 06:23 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

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High Quality MUSHROOM SPORES and CULTURES  for microscopy at www.muShrooms.com



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Edited by Ryche Hawk (06/06/17 02:20 AM)


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66924 - 12/12/99 07:00 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Today is day 15. I have 5 jars that are about 80% colonized. I have five other jars which show only about 15% colonization; but these jars also only show fuzz...no rhizos. There is a distinct russet color preceeding the growth. These last 5 are odd, so much different than the five who are kicking ass.


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66925 - 12/12/99 07:12 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Ryche,

Sorry, forgot to add scale reference to the pic, those are 1/2 pint jars. I tried to follow the instructions as close as possible, only thing I did different was moving one of the four holes to the center, but don't think that should be an issue.

Thanks for the info, as I was wondering what would happen if you upped the canning jar size!

Thanks
Gadget



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    #66926 - 12/13/99 06:48 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

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Edited by Ryche Hawk (06/06/17 02:20 AM)


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66927 - 12/13/99 03:02 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

I found that too. My short stumpy jars colonized so much faster then the taller ones. I wonder what could be the reason for this.

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66928 - 12/13/99 05:06 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Those pictures look just like my Ecuador Jars. You see how the mycelium on the lower left hand corner jar is slightly greyish, I thought that was contam on mine, this is my first batch of Ecuador's. I didn't throw any out, but was sorta frustrated because a number of mine do seem to have that different colored mycellium throughout. Does anyone know why this happens? But I suppose it is normal and not contaminated.

Also, I was thinking of taking my cakes and innculating straw. Is it cool to break up brown rice cakes for straw?



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66929 - 12/14/99 12:50 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Grump,

Although the pic appear grey, its actually fluffy white stuff. The jar in the middle was one of the jars I removed the tape covering the injection holes. The tape was removed about 3 days before the pic. Once tape was removed noticed EXPLOSIVE growth of thick strands instead of fluffy stuff.

Seems the Thick strands appear brighter white then the fluffy stuff.

Peace
/Gadget



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66930 - 12/14/99 12:57 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

MindQuestor,

You using wide mouth jars or regular pint jars?

Seems there might be some kind of growth speed advantage to the wide mouth jars... Go figure.



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66931 - 12/14/99 11:23 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

My newly innoculated eq jars are colonizing wierd. Some have the thick cottony white mycelium emanating from the innoc points but others have a thin cloudy white stuff (almost transparent) thats in the innoc points but not emanating from one spot the way my mycelium usually does. THE jars were subjected to very high temps close or above 104 degrees on accident but some are still colonizing. Why are some so cloudy and thin while others are dense and white? All of the activity is in the innoc points and I can see the flow of solution in the substrate. It isn't watery like someones elses post. WTF?


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66932 - 12/15/99 12:07 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Gadget,

My jars are the short wide-mouth 1/2 pint. Today is day 18 and they are 100% colonized. My other 5 jars got screwed up somehow...oragne discoloration orbiting growth area, slow growth...going to have to toss them, damnit!



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66933 - 12/15/99 04:08 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

WOW! Once these puppies get going, lookout! I have 2 jars now that only have about the area of a quarter left to fill on the bottom of hte jar!

Another plus on of the jars that showed no signs just startet having fluffy white spots, took it 18 days to decide to start growing, but it did.... This leaves me with just 1 jar out of 6 that's still not showing any signs of life...yet :wink:

Mindquestor, didn't I read somewhere that Orange discoloration was a sign of excess water and that they would be ok?? Maybe take the lids off and let them dry up a little..

As it looks now, I am probably going to case 2 - 3 jars this weekend, when do you think your going to birth/case?

Peace
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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66934 - 12/15/99 07:27 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Gadget,

This orange coloration is not just water damage...at least I don't think so.

I am going to case my other 5 jars on thur eve. Yeeehaaah!



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66935 - 12/17/99 12:41 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Had a nice surprise this AM, the one jar that looked dead, showed a dime sized patch of growth!!!! Took it 19 days, but it looks like it made it :wink:

Also I flipped the remaining 5 jars over to hopefully promote quicker growth on the very bottom of the jars, That was a good idea, yes?

Maybe I get lucky and get to case this weekend on day 22!

Peace
/Gadget



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66936 - 12/17/99 01:10 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Flipping your jars, if the holes aren't taped, will also allow some air exchange. The CO2 that builds up is heavier than normal oxygen-rich air and will fall through the holes.


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66937 - 12/18/99 01:16 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Eat your Heart out !








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    #66938 - 12/18/99 03:18 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

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High Quality MUSHROOM SPORES and CULTURES  for microscopy at www.muShrooms.com



muShrooms.com is the new web site of
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Edited by Ryche Hawk (06/06/17 02:21 AM)


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66939 - 12/18/99 08:31 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

This topic was damn fun to read! I think I may just buy some of Ryche's spores, too...
Whee hee!


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66940 - 12/19/99 05:03 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Gadget's 21 Day update

Well I was hoping to case today, but only 1 jar is 100%, perhaps next weekend, or maybe I will do a couple jars mid week.

As you can see, all jars finally show signs of growth, although couple took 18-19 days....

Peace
/Gadget

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66941 - 12/20/99 02:52 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Hey guys, it sounds like you all are doing great!!!
I just started growing also;however, i got my eq spores from the sporechicks. It has been 4 days, and no sign of life :frown:

I hope mine turn out as well as yours did!

later

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66942 - 12/20/99 06:52 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Growth has always shown up for me between 5-7 days. Wait at least a 2 weeks though, at least I would.

Also I never see any growth, until I look and there is like a dime-size patch of mycelium at the inoculation points.

Sporechicks is a reliable vendor, and if you inoculated rigth after you received the spores you should be cool. Just have patience.



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66943 - 12/20/99 03:48 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Gadget,

Cased mine 4 days ago. My jars were fully colonized after 18 days! I use the short, wide mouth 1/2 pint. I think they are much better than the tall ones. Took 32 days last time I used tall ones.



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66944 - 12/21/99 06:47 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

MQ,

How many Jars did you case?

Definetly looks like Wide mouths are the best, all my jars are colonized on the sides, but on bottom growth slowed, and THICKENED. Real weird, Oh well, next time I'll do Wide Mouths.

Only thing I can figure that gives Wide mouth jars an advantage wouled be that they are closer to cubical, and regular jars are long and skinny....

Oh well, so I will be casing a week behind you :wink:

Peace
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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66945 - 12/21/99 05:31 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Reading all this made me feel so much better. Mine are from the sporechicks. I cased them on 11/20 and they are taking their time. They are almost done. I just thought maybe I had done something wrong. I guess not, just impatient. This discussion was very informative to a newby, thanks.


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66946 - 12/22/99 03:04 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

5 jars gadget. I'm hoping to have something by New year's, but not sure it's going to happen. The 7 days of recovery time suggested in the wiz tek doesn't seem to have fully colonized the soil. There are white tufts poking through the soil in varying sizes, no sign of cotams. I'm using clear plastic and am now worried growth will be against the sides. Can anyone give me some developmental landmarks to watch for at this stage. I've got a case of B+ that has been out for a week now. Mind you, these cases have already been reestablishing for 7 days before exposure.


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66947 - 12/25/99 07:31 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

"Casing on Christmas, for the first time!"

Wow, that was kinda fun! I found couple things VERY interesting.

#1 My wife hates the smell of shrooms.. Whoops

#2 When crumbling the cakes, I was surprised at their texture / consistancy. The texture kinda reminded me of a dense sponge, and it seems kinda dry, but it wasn't. I know that doesnt make much sense, but..

#3 I was also surprised that I could "snap" the cake in half cleanly with my hands, I had imagined that it would be more simular to a root structure, but it wasn't

Anyway, I used a plastic 8.5" * 11.5" tray for a case, I am a little concerned about its height, roughly 3" with the lid on. TIme will tell.

I painted the outside of the tray flat black, as MindQuester ran into a problem with pinnings happening underneath the top layer of soil.

I placed a 50/50 mixture of Verm/potting soil on the bottom (Shroom Wizard's tek) and crumbled (well really broke) 3 cakes into marble sized chunks.

Here is an image of the completed crumbled cake layer on top of the 50/50 layer, just before covering with moist potting soil.

Does this look about right?

Oh, another thing, 2 of my 3 cakes did not appear completely colonized before removal. (there was about a dime sized patch of substrate still showing on the bottom)

When I crumbled th cakes, the inside of cake WAS completely colonized! :smile:, and the dime sized spot on the bottom (of uncolonized substrate) was maybe .1mm thick. very odd....

Peace,Love, and Mery Christmas!
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PS. Innoculation to casing time was 28 days, I still have 3 jars colonizing, 2 of which are only about 60% or so..

PSS. ZERO contamination rate, so far. (knock knock knock on wood)



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66948 - 12/26/99 07:12 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Gadget...I cant See the pic you tried to post!


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66949 - 12/26/99 07:28 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Gadget,

i followed Prelligot's suggestion and took my casing out of its container and put it into a terrarium; now they can grow out of the side freely...about 15 good pins so far on my b+. My eqs were cased 9 days ago, so shouldn't be too long now.

That was a nice casing picture you posted. i think it will be very successful. let us know how it goes.

Merry Xmas...no better day than to do something you love!



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66950 - 12/29/99 06:34 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Day 32 since innoculation

Birthed the last 3 jars today. For comparison sake I decided to fruit the cakes in a terrarium.

Terrarium is styrofoam with ductaped, air tight lid and 1" of perlight on the bottom. Used 1 part 3% H2O2 and 9 parts water.

The case is on recovery day 4, already getting white fluffy spots showing thru top soil layer.. :smile:

Think thats it for the moment,

Once fruiting starts will keep detailed records on harvesting and report back

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66951 - 01/01/00 06:59 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Wake up this AM, all excited. The power's still on, The puters still work AND I get to pop the top on my 7 day old Shroom Wizard Case!! :smile:

What am I greeted with when I pop the top?

NOOOOOOOOOO Green mold dead center of the case.

So I poured some straight 3% (store type) Hydrogenperoxide on it. Any other Ideas??

Other than the mold, does it look ok?

Please tell me its going to be ok (:

A close up:

Well, that sucks, but hopefully everything will work out.

Time line
Day 35 since innoculation
Case on Day 7 and unsealed today
Terrarium and cakes on day 3

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66952 - 01/02/00 03:00 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

..I don`t see the green mold, but if you see any cut it out with a sterile knife and spray with some h2o2 solution..


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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66953 - 01/02/00 03:51 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Didn't show that well in pic, but trust me it WAS green.

I dosed it with H2O2 and sprinkled some Baking soda on it (found in other posts) and its not there this AM.......

But I will keel a close Eye on it, if it returns I will chop that section out....



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66954 - 01/02/00 06:38 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Gadget,

keep us posted on your intervention. Hopefully you can still have a good harvest. I have heard others say they would just throw away the whole casing and start all over. If you are successful and get some good shrooms it would prove otherwise.

Won't be long now. I'm a couple weeks ahead of you and my two cases of eqs have about 40 2-3 inch shrooms. I'm noticing a little bluish green around some of the bottoms of the stems and am a little concerned myself.



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66955 - 01/03/00 03:37 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

MQ, I've heard the bluing is normal. Something about Psilocibin oxidizing. Also heard that since shroom parts are sometimes yellow/orange, and yellow and blue make green, this might explain waht you seeing....

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66956 - 01/04/00 12:40 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

No this is interesting, My cakes, which were birthed 5 days ago have 4 little shroomites growing :smile:

My case on the other hand, which is on day 3 of open air, is quite. The Quarter sized blue/green moldy stuff is not visible, so hopefully the H2O2/baking soda/O2 increase may have killed it or at least suppressed it.

But I'm Stoked, I've got mushies growing :smile: :smile: :smile: "happy dance"

This has really been a great project so far, and should hopefully only get better within the next couple weeks.

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66957 - 01/04/00 07:33 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Good work guys..
My friend jar's have been sitting 3 days and no sign of grow.. his spores are from ryche, soon enough they should start.. lets just hope..
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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66958 - 01/04/00 03:21 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Its a solemn day in my home. Seems the green mold in the case did not go away, it just went underground.

You see, I had noticed that the section where the green mold had been was much darker than the rest of the case. At first I thought it was just from pouring the H2O2 on it, but alas no. So out of curiousity I gently turned a bit of the soil over where the green mold had been, SHIT!. Look at all the green shit, grrrrrrrrr. So I got sterilized a spoon and start digging.

Long story short. there was an area in center of case that was green all the way to the bottom, and about 4" in diameter. All the crumbled cake sections had rotted in that section.

On the plus side it was very easy to tell when I left the area of green mold, as the soil became very FIRM and there was BUNCHES of white mycaleum growth in it. Also the crumbled cake sections in that area were nice and hard like when I put them there :wink:

I filled the 4" hole in the middle of the case with moist potting soil.

Personal Note to self: Dig out any Green contams right away!

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66959 - 01/05/00 04:01 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Sorry Gadget. Good luck on your cakes, though. My casings provided about 30 grams wet before I ditched them to what looked like green mold. I think I overmisted them.

Another attempt? Maybe.



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66960 - 01/05/00 05:15 AM (22 years, 9 months ago)

Heh, well, thats rather depressing, when i case my cakes im going to make sure to be sterile now.

Better luck next time guys,
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    #66961 - 01/05/00 05:18 PM (22 years, 9 months ago)

WHOOOO HOOOOO, The case is pinning!!!!!!!!!! I still may get at least one flush from it!!!!!!! :smile:

Oh yea, and the 3 cakes in the terrarium got little shroomies growing like mad all over them!!! :smile:

Life is good!

My "terrarium" is like really weak, its a Styrofoam cooler ($1.99), has 1 1/2" of perlite in the bottom and the lid is (blush) suran wrap held in place by super sticky hair removal wax, water based. (duct tape sucked) I peel back the plastic wrap and ventilate couple times a day. I'm really surprised its working :wink:



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66962 - 01/07/00 07:49 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Hello again, its day 41 since innoculation and I get to harves 4-5 shrooms of my first cakes. Which went from birthed to Harvest in 9 day!

Now the case isn't doing as well as I hoped, there is some confustion over wether or not to mist a Shroom Wizard case after pinning sets in. So I have opted to put the case in a $10 terrarium with inch or so of perlite in the bottom.

The problem seemed to me that the case was drying out, but advise is not to mist a pinning case.

I am also working on a time lapse animation of the case. So hopefully all will go well.

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66963 - 01/07/00 10:37 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Looking good Gadget!

I too am a little confused about misting the casings. The tek is pretty straight forward...mist 2-3 times daily. However, I believe I overdid it on mine. I'm taking Lizard king's advice and put them in a terrarium if I ever decide to do this again. That shroomazoid stuff has made me rethink posting results.



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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66964 - 01/08/00 12:03 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

OH MY GOD, check this out. Wifey picked up a cheap 10 gallon glass terrarium for me this am.

So I laid 2" or so of Perlight in bottom mixed with maybe quart of water and little H2O2 and placed tray/case on top of it. Then greased the top with Vaseline and covered with suran wrap.

This image is only 2 frames, one taken right after terrarium was sealed and the second one 3 hours later.

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66965 - 01/08/00 09:19 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Well today was a learning experiance.

Things I learned

#1 Cakes are MUCH easier and quicker than casings, for me at least.

#2 Green mold in casings sucks

#3 My case dried out like no tommorow, even after spending 24 hrs in High humidity terrarium.

A pic of the moment before "harvest"

Note the white/green overlay, Upon autopsy this stuf was stinky green. Also autopsy revealed entire case was bone dry. Dryer than the potting soil was when it came out of the bag. I misted my case 2-3 times daily, after about 5 days I gave up and put it terrarium, which helped shrooms that were growing, but did nothing for adding moisture to case.

After autopsy of case, I may have been able to salvage a couple chunks, which I put back in terrarium ontop of the perlight. Perhaps I will salvage some extra shrooms. I placed the remains of my beloved case in the flower garden. Who knows maybe it will live again some day :wink:

I also have an animated gif, covering the last 24hrs of the case, but its kinda large, 1.7 meg. If interested you can view it here. Its pretty neat IMO

http://members.theglobe.com/gadget69/end.gif

On the plus side I harvested one cake already and got 31g wet. The other 2 cakes are just about ready and should get another decent harvest, and maybe some more flushes after that :smile:

Harvest summary:
31g wet from 1 cake
15g wet from my sickly case (poor little guys, I'm sorry, I'll do better next time, promsie!)


Peace
/Gadget

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66966 - 01/08/00 10:30 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Gadget you rock i love how you posted your pics, they are so helpful and encourageing...ive been looking at your stuff and its all good. I just started growing, too. I cased ALL my jars 5 days ago. I had a little mycelium growing...but then in one out of my three casings i saw the beginnings of the cobweb mold (ot ohh) i sprayed it down with h202. It seemed to have eliminated the cobweb mold...but the mycelium has also stoped growing..
I exposed the terrainium full of my three casings to light yesterday for 12 hours. I'm now starting the 12/12 cycle. No pins yet...but i still have hope.

well wish my casings luck..
(i kinda wish i would have stuck with growing strait off jars)

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66967 - 01/08/00 10:56 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Thanks dude, I love your sig!

What type of case did you use? I don't think I will try the Shroom Wizard tek for a while. Thinking on the lines of something simple like Verm case.

And I'll probably start pasturizing/sterilizing casing...

Peace
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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66968 - 01/08/00 11:03 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

I used a plain verm case. 1/2 inch layer of verm...three crumbled cakes...3/4 inch layer of verm. And i stuck mine in a perulite terranium. i did three casings.

How much light did you give your case/cakes?

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66969 - 01/08/00 11:23 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Well at first they got 12 hrs or so from flourscent lighting in room. However since I started filming on day 4 of case, they got 24*7 from 60watt bulb suspended from ceiling, about 3 ft abouve terrarium.

I just had a brainstorm, I take back what I said about the Shroom wizard case, I'm gonna try it again. My thought is that since my case was less than optimal (very dry) my shrooms could not defend themselves against the green nasty. So I think I will try one more time.

Good luck on your cases, keep us up to date on how they work out, very interested!

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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66970 - 01/09/00 07:04 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

HAPPPYYYY DANCE!!!!!!!!!

As you may know I birthed 3 cakes and placed them in simple styrofoam cooler with 2" of moist perlight on the bottom. Then placed bead of sticky stuff (hair removal wax, shrug, its was handy) on lip of styrofoam coller, then laid plastic wrap on top of this for a lid. That was 10 days ago

Yesterday I harvested 1 of the 3 cakes. The other 2 weren't ready yet. So I've been waiting to harvest last 2 till tops opened up enough to take a spore print from a couple. Well I looked in on them this evening and saw puple stuff EVERYWHERE :smile:

Anyway, I harvesed last 2 cakes this eve. took 2 caps and I am making spore prints from them. One print is on regular 3*5 card with glass on top. Second one is little different. I took one of the 1/2 pint jars, punched hole thru lid, inserted small nail and bent tip of nail to look like a fish hook. Then sterilized the thing in pressure cooker. I then took one of the caps and "hooked" it on the nail. Thus the cap is suspended from lid in a sealed jar. Should work....

Harvest summary, first flush:
Cake #1 31g Wet
Cake #2 47g Wet
Cake #3 53g Wet
Sickly case 15g Wet

SO, 52 days elapsed time, from licking stamp to 146g Wet shrooms! THANK YOU RYCHE!!!!!

Had I not screwed up my case I could have doubled that figure, plus I should still get a couple more flushes from cakes, and "Maybe" something from the remains of my case.

All that's left to do now is get a couple friends together, prepare our set and setting and experiance my FIRST trip!

Peace and love
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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66971 - 01/09/00 08:46 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Just be careful Gadget. I took 30-34 wet grams of my own harvesting. It was way too much. Not to say you would have the same experience. Strictly advising to consider the potency of fresh shrooms, especially on your first trip.

On another note, I am throughly impressed with your success. i am going to use your idea of the styrofoam cooler and perlite; that is if I ever decide to grow again.

Bravo!



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    #66972 - 01/09/00 07:41 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

The pre-trip jitters have me by the short ones right now. I've really enjoyed growing them, and I hope the fun part is just begining. I'm drying the shroom now, as the trip isn't scheduled for a couple weeks.

Next weekend I go Skydiving with my 80 year old grandparents, Their kids, and us grandkids. It will be all of our first time except my Grandfather who was a paratrooper. Thus my next free weekend isn't untill week from next.

I imagine my first trip I am going to go REAL light. Then baby step from there. I've never taken anything that has altered my perceptions of reality, and truthully it has me a little scared. Oh well, 1 day at a time.

Till then I'm just going to keep growing. Its very rewarding on its own. I just innoculated another 9 1/2 pints (6 B+ & 3 EQ) Sealed up my first spore print this AM.


Peace
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    #66973 - 01/09/00 08:44 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Yeah, just be careful on what you take, I remember the first time I took shrooms, they were supposedly reall potent, and I took 1/2 an 1/8, then waited like an hour, and I was feeling pretty happy, and good and everything, kinda' gigly. So I took the rest, and then in like 1/2 hour I was tripping pretty hard, but the end of my trip was really really confusing as fuck, too much to explain. I hope yours is pretty cool! You'll probly have a good time man!

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    #66974 - 01/10/00 01:47 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Day 6 of casing...still no pins at all. I am giving 10 hours of light a day. Air out the terranium. Im doing it all......WHY WONT THEY PIN?!?!?!

Gadget, how long did it take for yours to pin?

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    #66975 - 01/10/00 03:32 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Take 10 grams 1 hr before u go skydiving.

hehehehe, MUAHAHA! Don't forget to pull the cord though.

heh, im still imagining what that would be like.

Cya.
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Re: Ryche's Equadorians [Re: Tyler Durden]
    #66976 - 01/10/00 03:56 AM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Next weekend I go Skydiving with my 80 year old grandparents, Their kids, and us grandkids. It will be all of our first time except my Grandfather who was a paratrooper. Thus my next free weekend isn't untill week from next.

I hope that everybody will stay alive..I do not reccomend if your grands have any health or age problems...
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    #66977 - 01/10/00 05:34 PM (22 years, 8 months ago)

Guitar_Lord. Case had 6 days sealed up in the dark and then another 5 days to start pinning.

Spellbin :smile:

Crobih, Grandmother just got out of Kemo for colon cancer. She's doing real well, and this is something she has always wanted to do.. SHould be interestingm :wink:

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