BRF Cakes should be used for outdoor Cubensis grows. Animals will eat any grain spawn so cakes are best, NOTHING wants to eat vermiculite! I've...
You have to simmer no matter what so the grains steam dry on the outside layer. It's very important to do this step whether you soak or not.
So what are the components of the filter, a box, inlet fan, pre filter and the main hepa filter on the front? Am I right?
I wasn't insinuating he was wrong, just letting know about an easier way to go about it. Not trying to hyjak the post, just helping is all. Sorry
* You can spawn your Mono tubs straight to fruiting conditions, no need to incubate for 10days, or any days.
I spawn my tubs of usually...
In the mid stages of a spawn run with clean agar inoculated quart jars at about 20% colonized, so far. \m/
Thank u so much redcat!
*See, that's what I mean. The soak is unnecessary IMO & IME!!!
Ok, I'm seriously considering that I could make one, instead of paying 1000$ for some overpriced lab flow hoods I can build for 200$, easy.
I checked, the brick packaging said nothing about added trich
*My rye berries ended up with the perfect moisture content without a soak. First time not soaking. I did also use gypsum in the simmer to...
* so 5 pieces of wood glued together. What else? A blower? A frontal hepa filter? What type of blower, filter?
*The mail tyvek envelopes work just fine, I use them exclusively under the rings of the jar. The postal tyvek is also water resistant and one...
Seems complex. I'm terrible at building things. One day soon I'll buy a lower end model but for now my SAB works well enough. Nice job though!
* MycoFreak- I skipped the soaking step for my rye berries today. I simmered them until they were soft and drained n' steam dried the outside...
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