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Str0be

Str0be's NO FAIL WBS TEK V2.0

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I know this is a straight forward NS/NS bag tek, but if any of you use it, or try it out feel free to chime in with your results :wub:

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I'm struggling with getting out all the plastic bits after drilling 

I got most out but there's super tiny pieces that I just can't get

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I remember when making the sifting buckets a while back. There were small pieces that I couldn't get. After a few sift sessions all the bits were gone. All small pieces got Cooked in with the seed and was colonized with no issue.

I wouldn't worry about it!

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Here is a link to the original 

 

How is the sludge/slime in the jars with this tek? I can't stand no soak no simmer teks because of all the slimey sludge stuff that comes with not rinsing the seed first. 

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I've been doing this method for 2-3 years now and have had 0 sludge problems.

One of the most important steps is the shake/massage when the PC hits 0, distributing any "extra wet" grains.

I do admit that the majority of my experience is with bags, I did do a quick batch of jars to verify the method and it's sound.

 

 

 

 

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I'll take your word for it. The shake as soon as it drops is standard procedure in any GOOD nsns Tek and I've always gotten the sticky sludge stuff with wbs and wheat. I'm making some jars for p. Microspora this weekend, I'll make a few like this and see if it's going to be right for me. I'll probably wind up still washing the spawn after separating the sunflower. I'm funny like that. Been meaning to build a bucket like this for years, but never have because I'm lazy af. I saw it in krinx nsns Tek like 7 years ago and thought it was cool

Be aware that this is not the no fail Tek. The original no fail (the ones before your first) used verm in the bottom so that you didn't have to take the time to dry your spawn after rinsing and soaking it. This is a NSNS Tek.

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Since you won't be having any verm in the bottom that you need to "keep there", you'll be able to literally shake the shit out of the jars. As hard as you can LOL.

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I'm familiar with NSNS Teks. Most of them you have to shake several times a day for 3-4 days to distribute the moisture properly. 

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21 minutes ago, Mush Zombie said:

Be aware that this is not the no fail Tek. The original no fail (the ones before your first) used verm in the bottom so that you didn't have to take the time to dry your spawn after rinsing and soaking it. This is a NSNS Tek.

Good to know. Although out of all the bags I have done this way, the only ones to fail have been my own fault (moving the bag too much when pulling out lets the unwanted in) :fluffy:

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Moved to grain spawn teks. Thanks, as always @Str0be for the excellent tek

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