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CREEPER STRAIN - Popcorn - Coir/Verm/Manure

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#1 MysticalMyco



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Posted 13 March 2019 - 03:46 PM

Here is my most recent pin porn.

Strain: Creeper substrain (aka Keepers Creepers)
Grain Spawn: Organic Yellow Popcorn
Substrate: Coco Coir/Verm/Hpoo/Gypsum
Ratio: 1:1.5 (Grain to Sub)
Substrate Thickness: 1.75 inches
Casing: None (Used Wax Paper Tek)
Innoculation: Multi-Spore Syringe

Not too shabby, in my opinion, for a MS Syringe. I'll update pics at harvest.

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Edited by MysticalMyco, 13 March 2019 - 04:24 PM.

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Posted 13 March 2019 - 04:23 PM

Cool! Looking forward to seeing more pics. Enjoy the harvest!

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Posted 13 March 2019 - 04:32 PM

Way to grow!


I may skip the casing on my next tub of old shit!



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Posted 13 March 2019 - 04:39 PM

My rookie agar skills are on fire, no contams so far in my petri dishes. LoL I just started agar so if I can produce these off a multi-spore, on a pretty regular basis then I am stoked to see what agar can do for me.

It's not what you can do for your Agar, but what your agar can do for you. -JFK
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Posted 13 March 2019 - 06:21 PM


#6 MysticalMyco



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Posted 13 March 2019 - 06:33 PM

LoL, these were done in my "no holes" tub. I'm really liking the results from this "Creepers" Syringe. These are definitely getting sampled for agar.

Sorry about the wierd color I got a high intensity purple/blue/red LED on them. So I had to share the photos in settings.

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Posted 14 March 2019 - 12:49 PM

Nice work. Your gonna love the speed of colonization with agar on grains, and you can do different stuff with live cultures like 'slurry' syringes/liquid inoculent/myc-water.


Get sub-strains isolated, test em, or make clones, and then make culture slants with a piece of wood in them to keep the best producing sub-strains for long term.


If you just leave an agar dish for months, eventually all there will be left in the dish is myc, all the agar/nutrients get used up. Wood soaks up nutes and the myc partially colonizes it, even tho cubes are not a wood lover, it can break it down just enough to colonize the wood. It's like slow-released nutes, so it takes longer for the myc to use the nutes up.


I need to get on the ball and get back into the agar swing. I have a couple plates that need to be transferred cuz the agar is getting thin. Also any color(food color) you add to agar gets eaten up by the myc.

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