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Z-Strain Monotub first try

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After much deliberation I decided to try a monotub.

 

I’ve been experimenting with pf tek for almost a year and making my own spore syringes and I think I’ve pretty much mastered that so the next step was natural.

 

I’ve only ever used 1 type of cubensis, Z-strain.

It’s just what was available at that time, no real thought behind it but it’s been very easy for me to get results with.

I used Spelt grain and teamed that up with Daimons 50/50 tek. (Coir+Verm)

Standard monotub design, black back ect. 

 

All he prep went well.... or so I thought

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