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17 hours ago, Mushinist said:

I have 3 gallon, and thought those looked bigger. Still not sure what I think about them though, for myself they are a little more maintenance than regular buckets, as far as waterings go.

They do tend to dry out quiker.

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Got the fan moved over to get some fea

 

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Picture #2 shoes micro pore tape, I have had mixed answers on weather it should be on there or not, any help here would be great.

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On 12/12/2018 at 2:33 PM, Mushinist said:

I have 3 gallon, and thought those looked bigger. Still not sure what I think about them though, for myself they are a little more maintenance than regular buckets, as far as waterings go.

Do you case your bags?

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3 hours ago, Mushinist said:

I was talking about the weed bags, lol

As for the micropore tape, personally I would've put regular masking tape over the holes until colonized then when I cased replace with micropore.

I new that! Sorry bud,  the tubs are colonized and cased waiting for some fruit now.

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I'm at 10 days, dose it look like there's to much fea, it dries out fast I'm not supposed to but I've missed a couple times?

 

 

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Now the bag is moving and started putting out small fruit..

 

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 @Mushinist

This bag is going crazy, it is slow cause the temps are low but it's pining on all sides, any suggestions. The bags on the other hand are going slow.

 

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Got some action on one tub, I opened up the moxro poor bottom holes and loend the pollyfill to get some air moving..

 

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The bags moving along.

 

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I've added fanning it and the pins are moving now!

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Absent Thoughts

Nice pictures! I enjoy seeing healthy projects ^_^

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Things are moving I'll stop doating, I did pull the bag and put it in a bin, only because I tried to pull some mature side fruit and it was hard on the cake.. so since I'm misting and fanning any how I thought it would make it easier...

 

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The tubs are moving,

 

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I got this since last night off of the bag..they are super bulked up! Low temps slow them down.

 

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Sonshyn

These are great, those low temps stalled their trajectory

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Got some more action!

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Borgfer4542

So cool!

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GoAuto6

Wish I knew what they are, look like cubes so far!!! I'm gonna clone the biggest clusters and any mutants that stand out!

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This tub has a nice flush going nice big cluster, I think I'm gonna make up a few LC jars and clone the biggest . And drop my ape agar wedge also.

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Here's the temps in the room.

 

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And the fruits so far

 

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Got this funny looking white one!

 

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Mush Zombie

It's not albino.

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50 minutes ago, Mush Zombie said:

It's not albino.

So what the fuck is it ? Just white! 

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Mush Zombie

No it's not just white. Clearly there is pigment in the center of the cap. If there is any pigment being produced, in the mushroom flesh, or the spores, it is not albino.

That may be leucistic.

There is also pigment being produced in the stipe, just noticed that as well.

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MysticMadness

I agree, it does have some pigment. It's not possible for cubensis to be true albino is it @Mush Zombie? Aren't the spores always colored? 

But that also makes me wonder.. If you were to clone this one, would it be more or less likely for further/more leucistic expressions to appear?

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Mush Zombie

Albino mushrooms produce transparent spores. It's like a hair on your body that doesn't have color. It's there, but it's clear.

I have a topic on mushroom substrain isolation somewhere around here. There are still several substrains within a clone. One of those is the homozygous leucistic mutation. You have to isolate that substrain. From spores it will normally produce all leucistic in a homozygous culture.

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1 hour ago, Mush Zombie said:

Albino mushrooms produce transparent spores. It's like a hair on your body that doesn't have color. It's there, but it's clear.

I have a topic on mushroom substrain isolation somewhere around here. There are still several substrains within a clone. One of those is the homozygous leucistic mutation. You have to isolate that substrain. From spores it will normally produce all leucistic in a homozygous culture.

Yeah that was my understanding regarding the spores. So has there even been a true albino cubensis identified that you know of? I don't think so, right? They're always colored and never clear eh? For example, aren't AA+ or APE really just leucistic? They're not actually albino, are they?

Regarding the isolation: I read the thread, but I'm not sure I'm clear as to whether or not the leucistic substrain/expression would always be there or if it is made more/less likely if we clone a fruit that displays leucistic properties (such as the one he has). If I'm correct in my assumption, it would be more likely to be present and easier to isolate if cloning from a fruit that displays the properties, considering it lessens the number of substrains present, right?
 

 

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Mush Zombie

Yes, there have been a few. Falbino and ape are albino. Ape caps just bruise. The spores are transparent.

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