Hi ho, Kermit the Frog here, reporting to you that a person somewhere on Earth started some P subaeruginosa and P cyanescens spores on MEA plates 5 days ago and there is plenty of mycelial growth. Sources say that the plates are soon to be diced up and tossed in pre-PC'd jars of wheat berries, coffee grounds and gypsum. They will be spawned to mixed hardwood chips after, and ultimately an outdoor bed and a tub, respectively. More to follow as details come in. Kermit the Frog, signing off.
Subs and Cyans
Posted 08 April 2019 - 02:54 PM
Hi ho, Kermit the Frog here, reporting to you that a person somewhere on Earth has transferred P sub and P cyan myc to jars of wheat berries, coffee and gypsum. A source close to the person has confirmed that a petri dish of Pan cyan was also diced up and placed in a third jar. More to follow, including pictures. Kermit the Frog, signing off.
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Posted 22 April 2019 - 03:17 PM
Hi ho, Kermit the Frog here. News has been slow coming in, but a person somewhere on earth reports that there is progress. A person stated "Mycelial growth on the P sub is fluffy and light. The P cyan is moving at a faster pace, but still slow." According to eyewitness reports, the growth has been slower than expected, but will be ready in few days. The person has also stated that it is quite cold in the place the jars kept and is probably slowing things a bit. Kermit the Frog, signing off.
Edited by rockybia, 22 April 2019 - 03:27 PM.
Posted 07 May 2019 - 08:14 PM
Hi ho, Kermit the Frog here, bringing you to the scene of a terrible event! According to sources, cobweb mold has taken over half of a chinese food container filled with assorted wood chips, pine needles, cardboard and P subaeruginosa mycelium! "The mycelium was quickly spreading, but the cobweb was faster." said one man, somewhere other than here. "One day everything looked great, then its all over!" An old lady who lives near the event stated "Well, seein' as theres never a lesson that can't be learned from a mistake, the entire container was filled to the top with hydrogen peroxide, and the lid was replaced. Then, ya know what? The whole thing got twisted this way, an' that way, til every inch in the whole gosh darn thing was soaked. Why, I bet it musta been soaked for three, maybe four hours." Witnesses say this whole problem has been turned into a science experiment.
In other news, the cyan mycelium appears to have taken hold inside a container of what must be delicious wood chips and cardboard. Dr. Friedrick Fielgood, a scientist at College University School, said "This mycelium has really taken off. Its extremely fast spreading. It has torn through the cardboard and moved up the chips on the side." Dr. Fielgood believes that at this rate, it should be ready to be added to a much larger batch of chips and soil very soon. I will report back with more as events develop.
hungry cyan myc
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Posted 16 May 2019 - 12:01 PM
Its unfortunate for person somewhere on earth to have their subs contaminated. Wishing them the best on their coming experiments.
Posted 16 May 2019 - 04:55 PM
Tell his momma I asked how's she durrin
Posted 28 May 2019 - 08:40 PM
Hi ho, Kermit the Frog here. I bring to you sad news today. Our source, Dr. Friedrick Fielgood, a scientist at College University School, has confirmed that both the subs and cyans were over taken by cobweb mold. "Both containers were soaked in peroxide for a period of 24 hours, but it just wasn't enough. The subs were taken to a place in a forest somewhere, and buried right next to a pile of decaying logs with a couple placed over the chips, leading back to the main pile. The cyans were buried in a shaded mulch bed that stays somewhat moist. Observation will continue, but little is expected. Due to this loss, two half pint jars of winter wheat berries were sterilized. The wwb were inoculated with left over cultures from the original agar plates, and then spawned to two qt jars of sterilized chips. Mycelium has covered roughly 60% of each jar, and its once again moving very fast. It seems to be colonizing faster in the center of the chip mass. Sub myc is much hardier than cyan, and bounces back a couple days after a shake. Cyan myc takes almost a week to fully recover." More as the story develops. Kermit the Frog, signing off.
This one little chip is firmly adhered to the glass with cyan myc
Edited by rockybia, 28 May 2019 - 08:46 PM.
Posted 29 May 2019 - 04:57 AM