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#1 Shmoo


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Posted 08 January 2009 - 10:28 PM

I found something very interesting this evening. As I was checking up on my monotub, I was looking through my grow area and found an old jar (pint by the way) of colonized WBS (multi-spore) that I completely forgot about while I was making my monotub. The jar was started on Dec. 5 and was checked on until it was fully colonized then forgotten. It seems to suffer from a severe case of mycelial piss and has broken apart in a few places but strangely enough it was able to pin and fruit invitro. It doesn't even seem to have any contams! Has anyone else had success with invitro WBS?

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#2 Dr_T


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Posted 08 January 2009 - 10:50 PM

Looks good.
I've had a few pop up from time to time, noting to brag about.

But if you could clone one of those, you might be onto something....

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Posted 08 January 2009 - 11:19 PM

Cool! I have had the same thing happen with rye and p-corn.
They were also forgotten jars but were promptly crumbled and cased. So... I'm not sure how well they might have fruited had I left them invitro.

Still... always a nice surprise to find fresh fruit you didn't even know you had.;)

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