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Mush Zombie

Grain to Grain Transfer (G2G)

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Flawedprophecy
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BEYOND2

hell ya thanks MZ

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shroomolas

If only I could sterilize 20 jars at a time:)

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Neowulf

Great writeup mz

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Ryeguy85

lol olas. Very good MZ very good indeed ;)

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Mush Zombie

I usually only inoculate 10 new jars with one jar of spawn, but I just felt like it this time LOL

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thepuma

works fast too!!! just remember to save a little room for the colonized grain going in. However I made 7 from1.

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