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quote:there are many diffrent types of beans that might be used in substrates. any one ever done so ?
I've had soybeans, mungbeans, and some others that I don't recall. Those were back in my "mad ass scientist" days and I was really lax on my sterile culture techniques and was only measuring growth rates so never transfered any experiments to the fruiting chambers.
Give me a bean list and I'll get you the nutrient content ratios.
Re: Beans in the Substrate #84522 - 04/07/00 12:47 PM (17 years, 10 months ago)
I used soy flour mixed with flax seed meal in 6 half-pint jars and it bombed )never contamed, but never flourished). However, I have some potato flour sitting around that I have been wanting to experiment with. Actually, I have a bunch of stuff I've been wanting to try: Kamut flour, and a 10 Grain flour from Bob's Red Mill with is a blend of wheat,rye,triticale,oats,corn,barley,soy beans,brown rice,millet, and flax seeds. Gee . . .any info would be GREAT Learner!
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Re: Beans in the Substrate #84523 - 04/07/00 02:50 AM (17 years, 10 months ago)
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