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Re: Isolating certain traits [Re: blacksabbathrulz]
    #779868 - 07/27/02 10:36 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

No. You will want to clone a specific fruit by taking a tissue sample and placing it on agar.


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Re: Isolating certain traits [Re: blacksabbathrulz]
    #779905 - 07/27/02 10:57 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

Even if you clone it, it will not produce all large fruits. the size will just depend on when you pick it. plus a large shroom that has grown to long will not be anymore potent, it jus sucks up the nutrients from your substrate, no point really. but cloning is the best way, not spore prints imho


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Re: Isolating certain traits [Re: Cubies4Me]
    #780265 - 07/27/02 02:20 PM (14 years, 5 months ago)

I think if you take the prints from the biggest mushroom for a few generations you may see a slight change in overall size but you could just be getting better at cultivating

I dont believe that the bigger they are, the less potent they will be. There is still more shroom, and that mushroom flesh and growth will contain psilocybin no matter what. It wont deteriate over time. Go for the big ones, they are much more fun to pick !

Cloning them and transfering them to agar will work, they will not be all big, but you will have a fruiting substrain and have much better, denser pinsets.


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