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should I recommend bags or magic grow bucket
    #686196 - 06/18/02 02:22 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

I have a friend interested in cultivating mushrooms. I've only had experience with cakes and casing in a standard terrarium. I'm looking to help guide this fellow in his cultivation efforts. Would it be worth it for him to get bags or a magic grow bucket in order to simplify the terrarium part of the equation? He's got a pressure cooker already. In my experience, humidity and CO2 have been the most difficult things to balance, so I'm looking to help alleviate this issues for him.

All recommendations are appreciated. I'm not really interested in flames as much as comparisons.



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Re: should I recommend bags or magic grow bucket [Re: di11rod]
    #686221 - 06/18/02 02:38 PM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Well bags he would need to purchase over and over again.....with a pod you need to only buy it once and just make cakes for it.....me I'm lazy and I own a hydrapod...I mix up cakes and load up the pod and I get good results. I could have built my own self automated terrarium but I honestly could give a shit...I'd rather sit around do bong hits. If you have the cash and you're lazy like me buy a pod...they are easy and practically maintanence free....if not pick up that bag of perlite and fan to your heats desire..

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Re: should I recommend bags or magic grow bucket [Re: di11rod]
    #687665 - 06/19/02 08:34 AM (14 years, 9 months ago)

Buy the Hydra-pod. It will last a lifetime and is low maintainance. Myco-bags also require no effort. Putting the collinized cakes from the bags into the hydra-pod is about the laziest tek imaginable. But it provides so many beautiful mushrooms, guaranteed!!!!

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