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OfflineiiiSENiii
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Simple BRF Q
    #735403 - 07/10/02 03:33 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)

Hi, I was just wondering if the chukyness of the BRF mattered too much? I plan on getting brown rice, and chopping it in a normal blender, but doubt that will bring it down to the same powdered level as a coffee grinder would. Ide imagien however it would break it up well, and even if it isnt a fine powder, the fungus could still feed off of it, am I right?

I just hope I can, seeing as how after reviewing my pricing sheet, the coffee grinder is the only big thing I havent bought, and at $25, it would prettymuch double all of the expenses I have left!

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Re: Simple BRF Q [Re: iiiSENiii]
    #735409 - 07/10/02 03:38 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)

just innoc some jars like 10 days ago using semi chunky rice.

jars are now 95-100%colonized.

using fine grade verm.


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Re: Simple BRF Q [Re: walt]
    #735411 - 07/10/02 03:46 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)

Thats cool. So, I guess as long as you do as best you can to make everything as fine as possible, its pretty much gonna work out.

Damn, when I firt read about growing shrooms, it seemed somehow complicated. However, after taking ten minutes to read a PF-Tek, I discovered it wasnt to hard at all. Hell, sounds a hell of a lot easier then growing MJ, and it sounds like the yield is usually a bit more pleasing as well. (My MJ yield was a bust!)

Thanks BTW


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Re: Simple BRF Q [Re: iiiSENiii]
    #735501 - 07/10/02 05:00 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)

If you grind it yourself, MMGG recomends adding 1 1/2 tablespoons extra of water, but I dunno if that would make a big difference


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Re: Simple BRF Q [Re: iiiSENiii]
    #735514 - 07/10/02 05:07 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)

A blender can get that shit pretty fine but yes, a little chunky works just fine...just go with it...it will not be your only opportunity to grow shrooms. Just be clean, follow the directions as best you can, get some going and you will see that he PF tek can be carried out by monkeys..

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    #735695 - 07/10/02 07:25 AM (14 years, 10 months ago)

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Re: Simple BRF Q [Re: iiiSENiii]
    #736926 - 07/10/02 03:58 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

That will work jsut fine and will leave extra Air space so it may even colonize faster. Personaly i have been useing Whole brown rice and not bothering to grind it. it has been working muh better for me.

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Re: Simple BRF Q [Re: L3D]
    #736951 - 07/10/02 04:10 PM (14 years, 10 months ago)

Do you still use the same ratio as with BR Flower?


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