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BlackSpray_

What's up everyone. 

While my grain spawn taking its sweet ass time iv started building my grow box. 

Iv got a total of 36 jars so I need to work efficiently and smart. 

The chamber size is 1.2 meters x 1.2 m x 2 meters in hight . Iv made it from a corner wall and some polystyrene  sheets. 

Please what would u recommend I do , and add from the get go . 

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Mush Zombie

I’ve never built a room for growing mushrooms. It doesn’t need to be super special. The only thing I would consider here is temperature control. Ideally, depending on what you’re growing, you want to be able to maintain temperatures in the upper 60s (Fahrenheit)

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Pinner_Dinner

So I'm new here, but have been a visitor of the site forever. Finally got around to making an account, but I used to do mold remediation. You're going to want a barrier between your walls and the grow chamber itself. I recommend 6mil plastic from home depot. If not, you're taking the chance of growing things in places you can't see. Not only is it a contaminent, but, also, could make you really sick. Google image search: "mold remediation chamber" or "containment chamber" and that should give you some really good ideas. Hope this helps. 👌

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Mush Zombie

That’s pretty cool. I’m certified in microbial restoration by the clean trust (IICRC), since 2003. I don’t do any of that for growing mushrooms. There is absolutely no need for a containment, or negative air machines. I’ve never used a back pack air scrubber either in any of the rooms I’ve used for cultivation  either.  

As long as you’re not making the room into a huge greenhouse that RH is going to be above 60% in, everything is fine.

but if you want to build a containment that is good advice as to how 

 

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BlackSpray_

Thanks for the advice ! 

I did think the actual wall would be a problem eventually, will get some plastic and follow the advice.

But do you guys think I'm better off just growing in tubs with each tub with it's own heat pad ? It's a more expensive route.

MZ is there a thread for g2g spawn ? 

Thanks guys! 

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Mush Zombie

Never use heat pads on tubs you are fruiting. Cooler temperatures are preferred anyway. If you need to heat an area use a space heater. 

I’m not really sure about the g2g thread but there probably is a thread in the grain spawn section if there is going to be one. It’s pretty simple but you need to have the correct equipment. SAB won’t cut it for that!

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BlackSpray_

SAB? 

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MagicalCriminal

Still air box. MZ has a tutorial for a $30 flow hood. Several of us use them with great success.

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Pinner_Dinner
6 hours ago, Mush Zombie said:

That’s pretty cool. I’m certified in microbial restoration by the clean trust (IICRC), since 2003. I don’t do any of that for growing mushrooms. There is absolutely no need for a containment, or negative air machines. I’ve never used a back pack air scrubber either in any of the rooms I’ve used for cultivation  either.  

As long as you’re not making the room into a huge greenhouse that RH is going to be above 60% in, everything is fine.

but if you want to build a containment that is good advice as to how 

 

Totally agree. Well, that, and you don't know where you're growing mold. Lol. Mush, just wanted to take a second to pay my respects. Never been a member, but I've been following advice from you for years. Thank you.

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