New Spore vendor

Discussion in 'SPONSORS & VENDING' started by MycoFreaK, Mar 10, 2019.

  1. MycoFreaK

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    Found this spore vendor "Sleeping Forest Fungi", that grows their mushrooms in vitro and prints them in front of a flow hood. So, they say they're sterile and offer a 30day money back guarantee on any print or syringe that's bad.
    Any one ever buy from sleeping forest fungi? I'm interested because of the sterile procedures they go thru should make clean enough syringes to skip agar and go straight to grain jars. I will be trying them out soon.
     

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    DreamingRaven Gothic Mycologist Mushroom Doctor

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    Never heard of them, site looks a bit sketchy, but if you get something from them let us know how they turn out, please.
     
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    I'm ordering one test syringe on Friday. I'll knock a plate up with a drop and see if it's clean, so I'll let u know DreamingRaven asap
    I prefer using Ralphstersspores.coms spores, they take cash via mail or money order especially if you don't wanna use a card and give out your credit card number they're the best. Heard good things about Sleeping Forest Fungi, too... But I wanna skip agar and just shoot up a dozen quart jars of rye Berries with a 100% clean spore syringe, SFF claims they print in vitro grown, sterile mushrooms in front of a flow hood..
    Spore to grain often fails, and almost every time it's due to bad spores. A clean spore syringe printed in front of a flow hood and syringed in the sterile air flow as well..
    I do have 5 nice rye jars with good, white mycellium, around 20% colonized. I'll shake them in about a week when they're like 30% or so to spread the mycelium throughout all 5 jars.
     
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