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- Wed, 10 Jul 2019 01:14:46 EST 0ROLFRo8 No.896576
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Anyone do this on their own? I was thinking of buying a prebuilt kit then doing it on my own without them after I get the hang of it. I'm wondering if I'm being jewed though the kit is ~$100. Does this seem high? Apparently they skip a few steps with it and it only provides up to 3 batches.

"By providing fresh mushroom spawn with our magic mushroom kits, we save you up to 2 weeks of waiting time before you can start growing."

Would love to hear about anyone's experiencing growing their own.
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William Greenfield - Wed, 10 Jul 2019 02:30:27 EST I7xsXuQN No.896578 Reply
>>896577
Oh, misread OP. For a normal kit yes that's a lot, they were $35-45 everywhere I checked.
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Archie Snodstone - Wed, 10 Jul 2019 03:45:25 EST 0ROLFRo8 No.896579 Reply
>>896578
The kit includes everything from container/syringe to substrate, but yeah I'm thinking it's basically a scam since the refills cost ~$70 as well. Am currently looking through the guide you posted. Do you grow your own? Did you succeed on your first try?
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Archie Snodstone - Wed, 10 Jul 2019 03:55:01 EST 0ROLFRo8 No.896580 Reply
>>896577
" If you’re unsure about whether a jar is contaminated, always err on the side of caution—even if the substrate is otherwise healthily colonized—as some contaminants are deadly for humans."
The fuck dude I can DIE from growing shrooms? I'm having second thoughts.
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William Greenfield - Wed, 10 Jul 2019 04:04:01 EST I7xsXuQN No.896581 Reply
>>896579
I'm currently in the process of growing, waiting for mycelium to appear in jars
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Fanny Gangerridge - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 02:13:57 EST 0ROLFRo8 No.896611 Reply
Update: Just bought some spores, some grain to spawn in. Working on getting the substrate and fruit bin to colonize now.
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Fanny Gangerridge - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 16:48:05 EST 0ROLFRo8 No.896614 Reply
Anyone know if you're supposed to inject the spores directly into the grain or just on top of it?
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Hedda Shittingbanks - Fri, 12 Jul 2019 23:13:33 EST I7xsXuQN No.896620 Reply
>>896614
Uh, I'm not really sure what you're doing but you should have most of the jars be wet vermiculite and brown rice flour, the top layer being just dry vermiculite. For injecting, just get the needle in as far as possible (obviously through the lid), which really won't be that far
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Albert Pobberford - Sat, 13 Jul 2019 01:37:33 EST 0ROLFRo8 No.896621 Reply
>>896620
I've chosen to do grain bag inoculation rather than the jar shit, which is apparently outdated and needlessly complicated
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Ebenezer Haddlebanks - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 03:25:58 EST 0ROLFRo8 No.897427 Reply
>>896621
One month later and 2/3 rye bags that I purchased are fully colonized via spore syringe inoculation.

Using bulk unmodified tub tek with coco coir gypsum vermiculite

probably 2 days before I introduce to fruiting conditions
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Fanny Hedgepodge - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 17:14:06 EST jlcoTZD+ No.897440 Reply
>>896621
It's not outdated but it is complicated, the point entirely is that a single contamination doesn't ruin your entire batch. If you're not worried about that then yes, monotub is better
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Ebenezer Haddlebanks - Tue, 13 Aug 2019 18:41:25 EST 0ROLFRo8 No.897441 Reply
>>897440
But you can just do shoebox bulk if you're worried about that. Multiple individual 1lb bags spawned to 6 quart dub tubs. Jars are actually easier because you just pressure cook them. Grains take a lot more manual labor to get right.

I purchased my grain but next time I'm making my own and using my own bags. The only real problem is figuring out how to improvise an impulse sealer for the bag.
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Awe !!Bwteoy2D - Wed, 14 Aug 2019 11:29:47 EST Np4WqXjl No.897455 Reply
>>897440
how does that relate is beyond me. I mean the last three words.
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Jack Dublingtatch - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 03:16:13 EST jlcoTZD+ No.897477 Reply
>>897455
>responding directly to the post isn't related
If you're colonizing shrooms it's either in jars or a single tub for anyone just growing for personal use, don't know what you're going on about
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Awe !!Bwteoy2D - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 06:32:19 EST Np4WqXjl No.897478 Reply
>>897477
>last three words

You don't colonize shrooms, you colonize substrates, well shrooms colonize I mean. If it's the initial inoculation you are talking about on a nutrient rich substrate, that is done in jars or bags, not in monotubs, if you are talking about low nutrient substrate in bulk spawning it is always done in tubs.
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Hannah Lightshaw - Thu, 15 Aug 2019 21:05:53 EST jlcoTZD+ No.897498 Reply
>>897478
Was half asleep when I posted that, I'm aware I fucked it up but it's still semantics in this context
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Doris Debberhood - Mon, 26 Aug 2019 17:26:09 EST 0ROLFRo8 No.897791 Reply
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