Edited by Ferather, 13 May 2019 - 01:50 PM.
Ferather's Corner | Experiments, tests and data [Magic edition]
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Posted 13 May 2019 - 10:09 AM
12/05/19 - Azure sample to T-Gel:
Slower than Cubensis, although this may be due to various factors, such as pH. I have varied genetics, and will be isolating 9 o'clock.
The mycelium at 9 o'clock has produced an abundant amounts of cells, it's aerial, either for oxygen or lack of space.
13/05/19 - Azure sample to T-Gel:
It's still focusing on population, growth is spread and not rhizomorphic. You can generally see where rhizomorphs would have formed (gaps).
The decay and-or phenols appear to be reacting to torch light (LED 6500K), most notable as an outer hue in image 1.
The genetics in the 4th quarter (9-12 o'clock) appear to have produced the best overall growth.
It's seems messages where passed around, rather than genetics.
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Posted 15 May 2019 - 01:45 PM
Azure wood sample to T-Gel:
All of the growth has finally adapted, it's almost a brilliant white, no visible contamination. It's a pass, and I can transfer anywhere.
The only downside to using T-Gel is that it takes much longer, due to decay + conversion and lack of sugar.
Transfer 2 will have additional MG (Miracle-Gro), for testing.
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