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Mycelium transplantation
    #739481 - 07/11/02 01:08 PM (21 years, 10 months ago)

Is it possible to take a few bits of mycelium from one cake and place it in an uncolonized cake? Would it colonize the new cake?

Is there any teks on this? Anybody tried this before?

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Re: Mycelium transplantation [Re: smashed4]
    #739901 - 07/11/02 04:26 PM (21 years, 10 months ago)

i tried that sun. with a dried up half colonized cake.

i wiped a plate with alchohal first and let it dry.

sprayed lysol everywhere.

put like three dime size pieces in water and h20 for like a few seconds.

put in jar.

put sterilized verm on top.

now the cake is about 50% colonized.

it was a tapalpa or mex.

just be careful.


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Re: Mycelium transplantation [Re: walt]
    #740172 - 07/11/02 06:52 PM (21 years, 10 months ago)

I do that all them time, grain transfers do a search.
I cean my area spray some bleach solution and transfer pieces of colonised mycelium, colonises fast as well.

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Re: Mycelium transplantation [Re: smashed4]
    #740287 - 07/11/02 07:49 PM (21 years, 10 months ago)

I have my first pin tonight using that exact method 3.5 weeks ago!

I took 6 nickel to quarter size pieces of colonized compost from a cake that I had just harvested the first flush from and placed them into 4 lbs of sterilized crappy old compost well moistened. I didn't expect this experiment to work, but after 3 weeks in the incubator, the compost was 90% colonized so I cased it in 3/4" well misted coir and voila! 4 days later... My first pin appeared, and the damn casing was still in a sealed tub in the 86 degree incubator!!! I have now removed the tub from the incubator to reduce the temp and start some air exchange. If I get a nice flush outa this thing I'll be totally amazed, but so far it looks good.

So, the answer to your question is YES, YES!


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    #740629 - 07/12/02 01:53 AM (21 years, 10 months ago)



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Re: Mycelium transplantation [Re: Macey Howard]
    #740755 - 07/12/02 04:19 AM (21 years, 10 months ago)

I find doing it rye works even better. Each grain is an innoculation point and ther are over 1000 grains in a jar. You never have to use spores again, you can just keep starting new jars with a few grains from the master.

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Re: Mycelium transplantation [Re: ]
    #740922 - 07/12/02 06:25 AM (21 years, 10 months ago)

mycelium spreads thats what i do i colinaze a jar from spores i get of the internet then i break up the cake and star more jars works like a charm and fewer contaminations.


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