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Questions For Str0Be's Wbs Tek [First Timer]


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afireinside

Sorry if these questions have been answered already but I am brand new to the forum. (hello!)

I've been reading and plan on implementing str0be's no fail wbs tek but I did have a few questions and I couldn't reply to the thread.

 

How hot are we suppose to keep the jars in the glove box?

 

Is a glovebox strictly required? Is there a simpler container/way to keep the jars in?

I understand that it's to prevent contamination and pretty critical, just wondering if there's an easier way to avoid getting more hardware.

 

Would it be good practice to sterilize/clean the jars prior to putting in the verimiculite + wbs? Does this have any real effect?

 

This is going to sound stupid, but what happens after the 7-14 days of innoculation? Where do we port the contents to? Is there a thread that someone can link to me? I am extremely confused.

 

Current state:

Ordered syringes, WBS, pressure cooker, and mason jars.

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Screaminkay

You spawn the WBS to bulk substrate. Look up z tubs in the bulk section and you don't need a glove box if you make SHIP lids and the jars should be around 77-80 after the inoculation

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shroomy_peace

https://www.shroomology.org/topic/6-how-to-grow-mushrooms-shrooms-in-bulk-for-beginners/

 

That is a great place to start (and finish really), here is a tek that outlines how to make the SHIP lids so you don't need a glove box (GB) for inoculation.

 

https://www.shroomology.org/topic/60-easy-lids/

 

Incubating, now that it is getting warmer (assuming you are in the Northern Hemisphere :) ), probably won't be necessary. As long as the ambient air temps are above 70, preferably 72-76 you should be good to go.

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afireinside

You spawn the WBS to bulk substrate. Look up z tubs in the bulk section and you don't need a glove box if you make SHIP lids and the jars should be around 77-80 after the inoculation

Ah yes, thank you for the input.

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afireinside

https://www.shroomology.org/topic/6-how-to-grow-mushrooms-shrooms-in-bulk-for-beginners/

 

That is a great place to start (and finish really), here is a tek that outlines how to make the SHIP lids so you don't need a glove box (GB) for inoculation.

 

https://www.shroomology.org/topic/60-easy-lids/

 

Incubating, now that it is getting warmer (assuming you are in the Northern Hemisphere :) ), probably won't be necessary. As long as the ambient air temps are above 70, preferably 72-76 you should be good to go.

Awesome info! I am situated in the Northern hemisphere, and at a particularly warm area at that. Thank you for the links, greatly appreciated!

Definitely looking forward to interfacing with this community more.

 

Cheers!

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thepuma

The PC will take care of sterilizing your WBS/verm and after you knoc your jars using the SHIP lids I would look into G2G unless your going with a different strain every rip. you will want a GB or a flow hood for G2G. I always turn one jar into seven that way. https://www.shroomology.org/topic/189-high-quality-glove-box-tek-by-str0be/

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