That actually sounds like perfect for zapos, i am pretty sure they're going to LOVE that
The cultures I have are all slow. I also got sparse germination. I'm going to do a couple of things, I have 3 plates and each culture is going to get it's own cup of WBS and then I'm going to do 3 more cups with a wedge from each plate.
From there my current plan is to use my tumbler compost which is old subs, cow manure, straw, coffee, and a completely rotted bit of hay bale with 45:45:5:5 coir:compost:sawdust:sand all by volume and adjusted to consistency with verm. I will pasteurize the sub and spawn at around 2:1 in 4 cup meal prep trays about 2" deep. I'm using these trays for pans and I really like that I can pasteurize directly in them very fast by microwaving for 3 minutes then tossing in the oven at the lowest setting for an hour or two then cool in the oven and spawn in the flowhood, and finally colonize in the FC. Case with peat/verm/pickling lime with sand added or just peat/lime/sand.
I'm prepared to adjust this if I can find more justification for wood loving with either aspen chips or straw. My hope is that I cover enough bases that I luck into fruiting.
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