- spore print in a plastic baggie.
- from 1-5 10ml syringes w/ needles.
Note: I prefer 10ml syringes to anything larger. I’d rather use 2 10ml syringes than 1 20ml syringe. The reason for this is that larger syringes make injecting the correct amount of water into the jar difficult. Often too much is injected and this makes the jars too moist and so the spores don’t germinate.
You can get syringes at any pharmacy. Just tell them you are refilling ink jet cartridges. Get the largest needles they have. You shouldn’t have any trouble as junkies use the smallest needles they can find and use 1ml syringes. Also, they can be wrapped in foil and PC'd as a form of steralization.
prepare the syringe
- assemble the syringe and needle
- boil water in a pot for 10 minutes
- suck in and expel water from each syringe twice
- on the third time leave the water in the syringe to cool for ½ an hour (or until cool to the touch).
- Once the water in the syringes has cooled inject all the water from each of the syringes into the baggie.
- Using your thumb and fingers, rub the foil so that the spores are washed into the sterilized water.
- Your water should look something like id does in the pics. Notice how dark it is. In this example, I used two syringes but I could have probably made five from a print this big. Generally, I don’t see a reason to skimp on spores since they are so easy to gather.
- Now suck up the spore water into the syringe.