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dunking and using myco bag to colonize
    #917340 - 09/29/02 05:23 PM (21 years, 7 months ago)

sup again,,was wondering after a flush or 2 from my myco bag if i could take the cake out of the bag and set it in my aquarium to colonize more medium....and or if there is a way i could dunk the bag with out taking the cake out.also how risky would both of these be...any knowledge u could shed on this would be great,,thanx ,peace

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Re: dunking and using myco bag to colonize [Re: illblue]
    #917629 - 09/29/02 07:17 PM (21 years, 7 months ago)

If you want to use the colonized mycobag as spawn for a species-appropriate substrate (e.g. dung for Cubensis), you should do so before allowing the bag to pin, let alone fruit. Mycelium that is fruiting is in a different state than mycelium that is colonizing. It can be difficult getting the fruiting mycelium to revert back to vegetative growth without contams taking over. If you have already exhausted your flushes, you might still get an additional flush if you prepare an outdoor patch.

I'm not very familiar with dunking, but if you want to rehydrate, you could probably inject some sterile enriched water through the self-sealing innoculation hole rather than submerge the cake.

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Re: dunking and using myco bag to colonize [Re: bowling-name]
    #917652 - 09/29/02 07:26 PM (21 years, 7 months ago)

thanx for the advice..

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