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Re: multiplying mycelium repeatedly
    #86873 - 07/18/00 11:51 PM (18 years, 3 months ago)

If it's the alkaloids you want, and who doesn't, fruiting is a much more standardized way of getting them. Extraction of mycelium, although touted highly by a small publication, is hit or miss. Nearly always miss. I'd recomend fruiting.

But your idea is plausible.

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Re: multiplying mycelium repeatedly
    #86875 - 07/19/00 07:19 AM (18 years, 3 months ago)

thanks mycofile. i was wondering because i already brew beer in my room and could easily pass several gallons full as beer. i dont want people snooping and finding a box full of shrooms! what i am really looking for now is a 5 gallon drum of presterilised water eg by radiation and just dump in malt extract ever 2 weeks


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Re: multiplying mycelium repeatedly
    #86876 - 07/24/00 09:25 AM (18 years, 3 months ago)

Mycellium is usually pretty good to extract from. I sometimes make tea out of rice cakes when they are dried up or something and it's always been really good.


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