WBS, G2G, MONOTUB, horse poo
Posted 12 May 2008 - 07:39 PM
1.) Any idea Why all the contams? Possible contams from the syringe? has anyone had this happen when ordering syringes?
2.)Is this an appropriate size for a monotub setup?
3.)Is this a good mixture 10 LBS Poo to 6 qt jars?
4.)Should he just mix the poo and WBS in the same tub he plans to grow in?
and what steps should be taken to mix the poo? Just some gloved hands?
5.)as far as the monotub climate requirements is the information I spoke about accurate?
6.)One more question I didn't touch base on.... Every 1 says that the incubator should be at about 85°F to be most efficent. Is this measuring ambient air or the bottom of the tub? He is using a tub in tub incubator and had the digital thermometer suspended off the bottom using a shot glass so the thermacouple was half way up the jars But he got to thinking what if the bottom is much hotter than this killing mycellium. So He just left the tub at 80°F just to be on the safe side. Where is everyone else taking there readings? Also do people use anything for fresh air exchange in there incubators or is this unncessesary?
He's Gotta go put more jars in the PC for the next G2G
Thanks in advance you guys are the best!!
Posted 12 May 2008 - 08:04 PM
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Posted 18 May 2008 - 08:56 PM
With horse poo i prefer a bit shallower depth 2 - 3"
The more dense the sub - the thinner it can be...I seem to get better ratio of harvest with
2-3"+ casing......If no casing then a bit deeper..
As far as green mold in your jars..If they were PC'd long enough the contam was likely introduced durin innoculation or there after..Check your jar filters and use the GB for nock'n up....
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