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Spore

Hey guys!

Newbie to mycology here, started with PF tek a while back and ran with it about 6/7 times with great success. Started then to get annoyed with buying spore syringes all the time at £15 a go so then moved onto trying to make my own syringes after making a few prints. Surprisingly I got it perfect first time and haven’t needed to buy a syringe since. 

I’ve just had my first go at using grains for a mono tub and the results are mixed this time........

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Mushinist

Welcome to shroomology Spore!

Yes why would you grow mushrooms and not take prints, a never ending supply of future mushrooms! Good job nailing it first time!

Once you get the mono tub grows down you'll have more shrooms than you'll know what to do with.

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Spore

I’m a newbie so taking prints didn’t really occur to me to begin with as I just wanted some results! I’m slowly learning and enjoying it a lot. 

I will post my monotub grow to show everyone my mistakes and successes on my first go! 

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phish

Hello and welcome Spore😊🤙

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magicman

Hello and welcome! When you propagate mush from your own print, it’s very rewarding and exciting 🤗

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mushmouth

Welcome to ology, Spore!!!

Right! Once you get mush, ALWAYS take a print.

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