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use a 2% malt-solution in destilled water ...fill in small jars with a hole punched in the lid ...sterilize and inoculate from a syringe...we did that with cubes and pans so far...add some sharp stones that u washed before to the solution.... if u dont have a magnetic stirrer-blender and erlenmeyer-flask... shake the jars every day and watch the mycelium developing...when u have a good solution...take syringes after a week or so until u can be shure theris no contam in the jars...
Re: Liquid Mycellium: Storage + Amount to use? #92047 - 01/24/00 02:06 PM (17 years, 4 months ago)
I would use 1-3 cc's for each 1/2 pint jars. But with liquid mycelium you really should try 1 pint jars or quart jars. In the end you'll have more material to play with, and because it is allready germinated it would hardly take any time.
Liquid Mycelium should be a great colonizer for bulk substrates, in fact I've got about 5lbs of rye grain ready to roll. I'm going to use around 70ccs of Liquid Mycelium to innoculate it, which is actually more than enough just by eyeballing it (I like to use enough to get every piece of my rye grain wet, but no so much that water accumulates on the bottom...).
I like to use 5-6ccs/Quart Jar (3/4 filled after autoclaving) as an estimate.. Sometimes I add less water before autoclaving and then add extra Liquid Mycelium (which really potentiates Mycelial Growth in my experience).
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