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  2. Sonshyn

    Popcorn turns milky

    Does anyone have any idea why my popcorn gets all watery and then milky about halfway through colonizing my spawn ? It’s a real bummer bc that myc looks nice and we are going good and then 💩 always appreciate the input
  3. Update* mai here we are 11 days after I hit these up with 1-2ccs of lc. Idk if you can see it but I still have a wet milo kernel under the southernmost myc and I’m wondering if it will start exuding that milky stuff like my popcorn has 😕 always something in this hobby to keep you guessing . There is a pic for reference on the popcorn .
  4. Here are a few pics of my old l.c's they are all from the summer and early fall of 2018, so about 18 months old. these last 2 here are of most concern to me the first is from a g2lc so I think that's why it's full of those little dark spots. The yellow one was from that really weird pink buffalo grow I did that had all those weird looking mush. so it might have been fucked from the word go. Any info or input would be appriciated.
  5. Some nice "reishi" you got there lol. Just looks like you needed a lil more fae to prevent "blobs". Are you fanning after misting if so how long?
  6. Just looking for member input, experience and/or feedback. How long can a l.c typically stay viable if refrigerated? What's the oldest l.c you have used and got good grows from? 4/5 of mine are still clear with white myc and the last one is kinda yellow with yellowing myc should I assume it's dead or could it be in a state of inactivity I don't remember the word for it but it starts with a "s". Lastly if any of these turn out viable is it better to "feed" them by adding new l.c solution or should I start new l.c's with a syringe outta the old ones? Thanks for your time and input.
  7. Fungi2b

    Been a min

    Hi guys and gals I hope all is well. "I been goooing through chaaaangeess" but all is well here on my end a.t.m. Didja miss me? I bet a few of you didn't lol. Don't worry I'll keep it down to a dull roar this time. My current project is trying to resurrect this box of l.c's that I had in the fridge since I was last active here. I knocked up some test jars today so wish me luck. Strains are as follows: A Members Pink buffalo. P.e.s.h A members Ajax T2 Alacab
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  9. I haven’t tried either how did you get them hydrated ?
  10. Soo it’s looking like I got some great initial growth starting right off the bat!These were inoculated 1-17-20 . Anyone have preferences for one over the other?The ratio was 1:1 btw.
  11. Very nice! Great job realizing you needed more fae.
  12. Nice looking grows! Looks like you’ve got plenty to sample.
  13. Super proud of this bulk grow using a 6qt shoebox set-it-and-forget-it tek. Got 33g cracker dry from the first flush of one tub and 19g cracker dry from another tub’s first flush (and that one has 1/4 of the first flush still growing!) Started our with blobs but after adding a couple of small holes (or tweaking the lid slightly), the beautiful primordia we all know and love emerged and the blobs went bye-bye (so it would appear that blobs tend to form when there’s a lack of FAE and/or too much moisture, right?) Anywho, lemme know what y’all think! Thanks! -Yukon Cornelius
  14. yukoncornelius

    Tigers & Lions & Blobs! Oh my!

    Since I got at least one person tuned into this little endeavor I’ve written about, I will go ahead and continue to update. Here are pics that show the tubs a few days before harvest and at harvest time, as well as pics from the first flush on 5 of the 6 tubs, 2 of which have been dried to cracker quality, while the other 3 are in the process of becoming cracker dry Tub 1: ~33g* Tub 2: ~19g* (only 3/4 of fruits were picked; the other 1/4 needed more time to grow) * = CRACKER DRY (The posted weighs are only recorded once they’re cracker dry. I don’t know what their weight was when they were wet) Tubs 3, 4, & 5 coming soon. Tub 6 is taking significant longer than the others but it’ll get there. I remember the RGS used wasn’t fully colonized and sort of stalled at about 90-95% so that could be why it’s slower than its sibling tubs. This is what Tub 6 looks like: Lemme know what you think! Thanks Sonshyn!
  15. wilspeak


    😊Yes it's a great way to preserve your mushrooms also it's healthy and nutritious
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  17. DonkeyHote


    If you didn't buy that jar of honey, they wouldn't steal it from the bees..................I😁 I"m messing with you man. I wish I had seen this post earlier. I have a couple oz's of dried mushrooms I'd like to try it on.
  18. Buffalo really did spell out some of the details I was pondering . Going to have to try to find some millet or milo while I’m out and about .
  19. This is the one I used almost exclusively. Tried a couple other nsns teks but I didn’t like them as much as this. I actually really liked using millet. I went to a bird seed store nearby looking for milo but they didn’t sell it, they said it wasn’t as nutritious for birds and it’s mainly a filler ingredient. So I went ahead and bought the 40 lb bag of millet. It was very clean, spent zero time cleaning out unwanted seeds, etc. I also liked the size of the seeds, although I would like milo just as well. I noticed that the hydration was so-so, I would always find a few grains that burst, but it was never a problem, even going through two of those 40 lb bags. I would also get a few smaller clumps that I just couldn’t break up, but that was never a problem either, just not ideal. Same issues when using wbs. Definitely shake the jars right away when the PC drops pressure. And yes, shake the jars regularly over the next couple days (you can do less time if you want.)
  20. yukoncornelius

    Tigers & Lions & Blobs! Oh my!

    UPDATE: well, the experiment was a success! The addition of either some 1/4” air holes (1 in each corner, 2 up high, 3/4” from the top & 2 down low, 1/8” above substrate), or a popsicle stick taped to the edge of the lid (so as to inhibit the lid from snapping shut completely) resulted in the development of some pretty beautiful fruits that are coming along. Not sure if anyone read this, but regardless, it’s an addition to the grow log. Here are some pics of the new pins that formed shortly after the alterations (12-24hrs from time of original post) + some more recent pics 48hrs+ from time of original post)
  21. I don’t have any pics right now and can’t access them for a week . They weren’t too clumpy when I went to noc them up but still had some clumps like a quarter sized . I guess we will see how they do and if 90 minutes is enough in the pc for a larger size and volume . So when you did NSNS wbs they bottom half that was sitting in the water was super moist and soaked after the pc and then you shake them and it redistributes the moisture to the other grains over the next day or two right ? How was the millet NSNS ? Thinking about trying that or milo .
  22. Ganjafied

    2020-01-18 13.22.56

    Treasure Coast
  23. Ganjafied

    2020-01-18 13.22.03

    Treasure Coast
  24. Ganjafied

    2020-01-18 13.20.24

  25. Ganjafied

    2020-01-18 13.19.07

  26. I like nsns but it can sometimes be a problem with grains sticking. Do you have any pics of the jars? I’ve downsized a lot and now I have just been experimenting with buying just enough grain for the jars I’m planning to inoculate. Used brown rice for some and wheat berries for others. When I tried nsns on the wheat it turned out pretty bad, really a sticky mess at the bottom of the jars, so I had to go with traditional hydration. I used to do nsns all the time with wbs or millet only.
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