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Re: --transfering mycelium to more substrate--
    #73341 - 01/29/00 03:59 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Go to the grow/find section and check out Uncle Lazlo's EZ Mycelium Syringe Tek.

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Re: --transfering mycelium to more substrate--
    #73343 - 01/29/00 04:10 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Will that work with worn out mycelium? As in it has produced all the mushrooms that it can.


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Re: --transfering mycelium to more substrate--
    #73344 - 01/29/00 10:37 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

i didnt mean making a syringe with it, i meant using solid mycelium that's 100% colonized :smile:


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Re: --transfering mycelium to more substrate--
    #73345 - 01/30/00 12:12 PM (17 years, 7 months ago)

Only if your using whole rye grain kernels or straight birdseed (nothin else in substrate except water)... Those are the kind that can break apart into kernels of mycelium and be inoc'd into other jars. With quart jars you can inoc 10 jars per 1 jar of spawn (100 jars per ever 10). I would not use less than 1 quart in size, but it can be done with smaller sizes. I would do the transfer of the broken apart mycelium kernels from jar to jar in a glove box with sterile hands.

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