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Registered: 03/08/13
Posts: 6,282
Great trader
11/14/18 02:41 AM

Packaged perfectly with a supportive note. Great person and mycologist to boot.
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Registered: 10/12/16
Posts: 12,911
Great trader
11/14/18 02:41 AM

perfectly packaged - timely. Great mycologist and person to boot.
Spore syringe hater.

Registered: 10/02/15
Posts: 6,725
Loc: 12" down Europe's butthole
Great poster
11/06/18 06:20 AM


Supalemonhaze said:
Senescene gets put on hold in cold storage. Plates can be kept for a couple of months, probably more but if you want long term storage, master slants is definitely the way to go. Also, cold storage is done in a fridge, exposed mycelium is not able to survive freezing. When  you use a piece of wood like the tek I linked, cultures are able to survive a couple of years in slants during cold storage. It is always recommended to make a new slant before 2 years though, just in case. Without the wood, slants are said to last a whole year less.

Cloning is just as easy as a spore inoculation. Just grab the best looking shroom from the biggest cluster and prep your SAB. Use your hands to manually split the shroom down the middle and rub your flame sterilized scalpel in the newly exposed tissue until you get a piece. Transfer that to a plate and treat it like any new culture, that is to make a couple of transfers to ensure cleanliness. It is actually easier to clone than to get healthy mycelium from a spore inoculation since the clone is already alive. A lot of times, molds and bacteria are able to grow before your mushroom mycelium when using spores so you have to clean them up. A clone normally grows enough to take a transfer before any molds are able to germinate. I find bacteria is more common with molds but they are easy to get rid of.

Some vendors go to extra trouble to make sure the syringes/prints they supply you are super clean yet even with a vendor bought syringe, sometimes you come across contams. Homemade prints can be rather clean but going from print to syringe is an extra step where something is bound to end up in your solution. I have yet to use a syringe straight to grains, be it vendor and homemade. I started with agar from the get-go and I am very pleased with it.

Very well stated.
Over Stimulated
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Registered: 06/01/05
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Loc: Up Over
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Doing some research- great posts
11/06/18 05:43 AM

A lot of great knowledge coming from this user; but this is what get the 5 shrooms:


Achillita said:
What's the usual harvest weight for y'all guys? I read yield is usually around 100 grams per a quart, but I've been getting 175+ grams per a quart on this clone :eek:


_OttO_ said:

Did you take any pictures of your harvest?

Trich Propagator
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Registered: 03/26/15
Posts: 5,709
Great posts
11/06/18 05:22 AM

Doing some researching and this cat is always on point with the knowledge.
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Registered: 06/01/11
Posts: 2,572
Loc: UK Flag
Last seen: 10 hours, 36 minutes
Long time heavy hitter
10/31/18 11:38 AM

Keeno kills it on a regular basis and is a really cool cat to boot
Furry as Fuc
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Registered: 11/05/12
Posts: 13,124
Loc: Central Part of Town
Energetically passionate about fungi
10/31/18 11:33 AM

Your love for mycology and constantly inquisitive mind round out your wonderful personality
Furry as Fuc
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Well packaged, clean, and quick
10/31/18 11:32 AM

Trusted Farmer

Registered: 10/12/16
Posts: 12,911
Constantly Killing It
10/31/18 11:30 AM

Brilliant Mycologist, beautiful human being
bong toker

Registered: 02/26/16
Posts: 9,580
Last seen: 5 months, 8 days
Amazing Mycologist, even better person
10/31/18 11:29 AM

Compassionately passionate +5

Leftfield420 responded on 11/07/18 07:18 AM:

Thank you TA!

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Registered: 09/26/17
Posts: 957
Loc: Flag
Last seen: 4 months, 21 days
Good Job on the GH
10/31/18 10:52 AM

You're on the right track mate!

Spindlymass responded on 11/03/18 02:09 AM:

Thanks for taking the time to help!


Registered: 12/31/16
Posts: 239
Loc: Portugal
Last seen: 5 months, 27 days
An absolute natural at Mycology
12/30/17 12:41 AM

I can’t say enough how impressed I am with Hugofly’s immense progress and instinctual understanding of Cultivation. Watch out world, I have a feeling this cool cat is going to come up with some earth shattering ideas on Mycology and it’s application.

Hugofly responded on 06/07/18 09:27 PM:

hahaha, I love this comment! I only saw it now!

Brain Damage
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Registered: 02/19/15
Posts: 680
Loc: At The Gates
09/14/17 09:34 PM

Great trader, good poster, quick learner, and all around cool cat!

Registered: 09/04/17
Posts: 407
Last seen: 3 years, 4 months
Offering to send wheat bran to those in need
09/11/17 10:50 PM

That's the type of attitude I love to see on here! I look forward to seeing your grows!
Jello Wrangler
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Wow! What a package!
09/07/17 10:13 PM

Crispy sent me a goody bag full of pink oyster when I had said I didn't have a good culture. Great Trader! Brilliant Mycologist! Great Person!
Loaf of Fam.
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Registered: 12/23/09
Posts: 20,192
Loc: Oklahoma.
Last seen: 1 month, 17 days
Can't believe I haven't added a general rating yet
07/16/17 12:27 PM

7 years ago I first started getting serious about Cultivation. In the almost cracked out amount of information I poured over to start included some bits of knowledge that have stuck with me to this day. Ham's sterile technique was one of them. I learned perhaps the most important part of Cultivation from this cat and through his teaching of technique have stayed steady at a 98% success rate in my dirty ass house. Along the way Ham was always helpful and gave precise and succinct advice that greatly affected my grows for the better.  Along with his overwhelming knowledge he is also an ever pleasant fellow, adding levity and encouragement to every thread he visits. His contributions to these boards cannot be quantified and therefore 5 shrooms is not near high enough a rating
Cheers mate

hamloaf responded on 07/18/17 07:44 AM:



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Sent SRA !
06/10/17 04:25 PM

Great community member, great trader!
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Great trader!
05/27/17 03:30 AM

Sent a couple wild and one top notch cultures on these really cool tiny plates- and even threw in some Kratom. All around cool user to be in contact with as well. Very pisitive and upbeat! Thanks again mate!
Distrusted Cultivator

Registered: 07/26/13
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Got a plate and an LC
05/05/17 04:50 PM

Thanks mate! Yours will be out soon!
Loaf of Fam.
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LM LC giveaway
04/26/17 05:25 PM

Just received the LC syringe from the giveaway! Thanks! Looks great!
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Always helpful
03/28/17 06:12 PM

Great insight an knowledge- as well as just being a pleasant fellow.
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Wish I could rate you 1.21 gigashrooms
03/28/17 03:08 PM

From your kings to your reishis- the man- the legend!

How have I not rated you yet?
The Hero of Time
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Registered: 02/03/16
Posts: 6,008
Loc: Temple of Time
How have I not rated you!?!?
03/21/17 02:55 AM

Love you mate! Glad to see you keepin' at it! Great PFTek write up! I'd love to see what edibles you have going now!

Registered: 02/09/16
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Loc: TX
Last seen: 6 months, 19 days
In person trade
03/17/17 02:43 AM

He gave me a fully colonized jar of Bratlavian Oyster and a fully colonized (10lbs!) bag! Great guy, great friend!
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Everyone's favorite Mad Mycologist
03/15/17 07:36 PM

His continued search for the depth behind how and why mycelium grows, in addition to his brilliant WL-Tek and Paper Pellets Tek he is opening the door for future mycologists. Keep testing buddy :thumbup:

Edited to add: MATE! You're new avatar is perfect! :rofl::rofl::rofl:

Last Edited 07/16/17 12:16 PM

Ferather responded on 12/14/17 05:07 PM:

Thanks mate.

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