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#1 psilocibec

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Posted 19 October 2006 - 09:59 PM

Hi again. Just posting another grow log :)

Growing the tazmanians


Raça:Búfalos Rosados
Strain:Pink Buffalos
Região, estação do ano e temperatura média:Sudeste, Inverno. 20°C
Location, Season and Environment temperature: Southeast, Winter 20°C
Substrato:Trigo cremogemado
Substrate:CremoWheat
Tipo e tempo de esterilização:PP. 40 minutos.
Esterilization kind and time:Pressure Can, 40 minutes.
Origem dos esporos:Amigo
Spores Origin: Friend
Tipo de inoculação:Seringa Multi-Esporos
Innoculation Kind:Multi-spores Syringe
Data da inoculação:11/08/2006 (dd/mm/yyyy)
Innoculation Day:11/08/2006
Data da germinação:12/08/2006
Germination Day:12/08/2006
Temperatura de incubação:30°C
Incubation Temperature:30ºC
Data da colonização total:18/08/2006
Overall colonization Day: 18/08/2006
Data do aniversário:21/08/2006
Birthday:21/08/2006
Bomba: choque térmico
Up: Cold-Shocking
Parâmetros do terrário:Caixa de 58l vedada com contact preto nas laterais e tampa não tranparente com abertura central para entrada de luz. Umidade e troca de ar fornecidas por um inalador em ciclos de 15 minutos a cada uma hora. Argila expandida no fundo. Luz fluorescente branca a 10cm da entrada de luz, ligada ao mesmo ciclo do inalador. Em dias frios aquecedor.
Terrarium Parameters: A 58l box taped with black plastic in the four sides and a non transparent lid with a hole in the center allowing light passage. Umidity and gas exange made by a inalator connected to a timer, in cycles of 15 minutes per hour. Expanded clay in the botton. Withe fluorescet light up 10cm from the lid turned on at the sime time of the inalator. In colder days a heater.

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#2 psilocibec

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Posted 19 October 2006 - 10:11 PM

Evolution.

I broke the glass to set then free, i think it hurted, look at the bluing :rasta:


MODERATORS: Plz can u change the title of the topic to : Breaking the buffalos free? tx a lot :bow:

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#3 Lazlo

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Posted 19 October 2006 - 11:04 PM

Done.

Nice job!

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Posted 19 October 2006 - 11:10 PM

very cool! pink buffalo huh? i might have to try that one on boffalo poo hehe

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Posted 19 October 2006 - 11:50 PM

They look happy. Nice job!

Watch out for tiny pieces of glass on those psilo.

#6 psilocibec

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Posted 19 October 2006 - 11:55 PM

I already ate then :

I did cleaned then with a brush and some lens.

Tx for the attention :D

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 06:30 AM

"Substrate:Cream o Wheat"

Is that all that was in there?

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 07:34 AM

yeah was wondering too just creamOwheat? no poo?


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Posted 20 October 2006 - 08:11 AM

classic Oss & Oeric tek
http://archives.myco...es/5/84753.html
type grow
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very nice
http://mycotopia.net...02&d=1161313397

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 09:15 AM

Yeah. I'm digging that, man! Damn nice job!
I'm curious about this cream o wheat theng too. It did not get to clumpy? I've thought about using it before but figured it would be just to sticky...hell if it worked oatmeal may too. Did you cut it with anything like vermiculite?

Archive material to teks / alternative substrate material.

#11 psilocibec

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 10:08 AM

How i do this substrate:

First i let the wheat rehidratate in mineral water for 24h, this also let the endospores to germinate before sterilization. After the 24h i cook the wheat for about 30 - 40 minutes in a normal can. After that i dry the excessive water and add one soapspoon of cremogema - a oatmeal powder - to each 500ml.

Pressure can for 40m and just this.

Total colonization of 650ml in 7 days.

I took the another half of colonized substrat to make a normal casing, and this half tried in vitro, but with a casing cover. The whole glass was with colonized wheat but just a half fruited in vittro.

The inocculation process is very important too. After inoculation i always shake the glass to spread the spore solution glass-wide.

I dont need to correct the ph in this substrate, it seems to be neutral, but not tested with specific tester yet.

The grains be very free after shaking, but it has to be done while is still warm.

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 10:10 AM

Cremogema is a corn-made oatmeal, food for children, with a lot of nutrients.

Carbohidrates -------------20g
Iron-----------------------6,0 mg
Zinc-----------------------3,0mg
Vitamin A------------------254mcg
Vitamin B1-----------------0,51mg
Vitamin B3------------------6,8mg
Vitamin B6------------------0,55mg
Vitamin B12-----------------1,0mcg
Vitamin C------------------19,0mg
Folic Acid -----------------169,0mcg



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Posted 20 October 2006 - 10:45 AM

How i do this substrate:

First i let the wheat rehidratate in mineral water for 24h, this also let the endospores to germinate before sterilization. After the 24h i cook the wheat for about 30 - 40 minutes in a normal can. After that i dry the excessive water and add one soapspoon of cremogema - a oatmeal powder - to each 500ml.


So you use wheat grains with a small amount of the cream of wheat added to it? Is this correct?

#14 psilocibec

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 11:04 AM

I think No. I will try to explain better.

I took the wheat grains and make the process up talked. And after the all process, one step before the sterelization, i add the oatmeal powder to the grains and mix then togheter, after that I put this mix in glasses and sterilize them at the pressure can.

I dont use the ready oatmeal, I use the powder, with no milk.

Cremogema is a powder that you add to milk to make oatmeal, I dont use the milk, just add the cremogema powder to the grains - and another sucess substrates - like when you add calcarium.

He, LOL, I hope tryed better in this once :rasta:

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 11:13 AM

Yea tht is what i was trying to get at.

So are they winter wheat berries? Have you tried laying the grains out in a tray or tub and doing a casing? Or spawning to a bulk substrate?

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 11:27 AM

I dunked and trasfered it to my terrarium, im mananging the pictures size, some minutes and I post the other fluxes.

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 11:36 AM

found this at some cooking website:

Note about Cremogema:

Cremogema is a trademark of a flavored corn starch sold in Brasil. You can replace it by regular corn starch and a teaspoon of vanilla in the batter.

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 11:59 AM

nice pics psilo!
i think Cremogema helps to keep the health of the cakes for more time. im using as standart now for 2 times and the micellium seems to adapt itself to eat the " bubbles" of cremogema inside the substrate.
each new subsequent grow i got in cremogema is better than the previous.

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 12:35 PM

The second fluxe from the free cake.

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#20 psilocibec

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Posted 20 October 2006 - 12:51 PM

Note the blue! :reb:




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