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#21 fucgubarn

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Posted 29 June 2010 - 12:35 PM

another one

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#22 fucgubarn

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Posted 29 June 2010 - 12:37 PM

a simple summer meal for a simple man with his wife and kids
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Posted 29 June 2010 - 12:39 PM

ok,can not simply describe everything so hit me with the questions if you have!

will be updating until the end of season if you like,
will be building more.


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Posted 29 June 2010 - 12:53 PM

can you describe your irrigation system, maybe some detailed pics? watering schedule?

what is the climate like where you are?

those bags are interesting, are they for this purpose? do you cut holes in them?

what is the sub you are using?

i'm assuming you are using those barrels to past. your sub...

what do oysters go for in your area?

do you have any pics of the building of your fruiting shelves?

is the reason you are not posting this in the oyster section because you did not know we had one, or that you felt it would not be seen? seems kindda hidden don't it?

im sure i will think of more...


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Posted 29 June 2010 - 01:36 PM

Thank you!


'can you describe your irrigation system, maybe some detailed pics? watering schedule?'

- will take pictures as I'm not very good English speaker!

'watering schedule?'

-every 20 minutes for 20 seconds,
basically it is a little 'computer' connected to the hand-basin,


'what is the climate like where you are?'

- used to have four seasons ,but now it is more like only summer and winter,
since all was started - 22.04.2010 - during the night 5-10 C ,during the day up to 25-28 but most of the time around 20 C,


'those bags are interesting, are they for this purpose? do you cut holes in them?'

- these are the most cheap shit bags i could find on the market ,nothing special,
yes, right after i fill the bag and tie/bind the ends ,flip around and put another one,then punch holes,will take pictures of the instrument,it is a hand made deal board with nails through it,

'what is the sub you are using?'

- cotton waste ,get it from a factory that makes threads,it is kind of cheap and it is less work than straw,

'i'm assuming you are using those barrels to past. your sub...'

yes!

'what do oysters go for in your area?'

- well,let's just say they are much cheaper then where you are,
i'm in the third world,

'do you have any pics of the building of your fruiting shelves?'

- there in the post after the incubator i think you can see the building of the shelving,

"is the reason you are not posting this in the oyster section because you did not know we had one, or that you felt it would not be seen? seems kindda hidden don't it?'

- now i remember,may be because sometimes i see it when i log in sometimes i don't

'im sure i will think of more...'

- go ahead please ask!
it is good i can post all of the work here and have something documented and in order,

:):):)

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Posted 29 June 2010 - 01:41 PM

ditto: :bow::bow::bow:

Any regulations re: selling, in your area?

Ever seen a 'rocket stove'?

edit: question answered

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Posted 29 June 2010 - 01:57 PM

Thank you Erkee!
this will come in handy!
have something similar on my mind for the winter building/grow house ,but all is in my head still.
my starting point is 'i have no money at all' so just look around and do!

'Any regulations re: selling, in your area?'

- yes!
took them ,the regulators,several trays ,they test, do not know for what exactly and was granted the permission,cost me 10 or 20 euro do not remember exactly,

:):):)

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Posted 29 June 2010 - 01:59 PM

Jeez bro :amazed:

That is the most impressive oyster grow I ever did see up close! Awesome! Simply awesome :bow: :bow: :bow:

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Posted 29 June 2010 - 02:04 PM

Erkee - now i get it!
it is the slabwood of the slabwood - almost with no money,let's say i payed it mostly with mushrooms.
:):):)

Thank you kocos!
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Posted 29 June 2010 - 02:14 PM

Does each bag get a small tub of oat-grain inoculant?

Do you break it up and shake it up or just bury it in the bag?

The watering method would be cool to see!

Can I say 'ARCHIVE MATERIAL'?

.. Ya I love that slabwood. $20 for a truckload here!

.. and maybe later a yield/bag ratio?

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Posted 29 June 2010 - 02:47 PM

'Does each bag get a small tub of oat-grain inoculant?'

- dumb as can be!
put some grains and put some cotton waste,you may laugh but i think it is the most delicate work of the entire process, it is not how you lay the grains but how you layer the cotton waste,

'Do you break it up and shake it up or just bury it in the bag?'

- yes i break the mycelia block into single grains and throw them in the bag with my hand,
have even thought of a machine mixing the substrate with the grains and filling the bags but that is yet to come when i earn some cash,

'The watering method would be cool to see!'

- will do!
a very very important thing it is!


'.. and maybe later a yield/bag ratio? '

- later,did not measure exactly yet,
the bags are 10-12 kg each and the first flush is around 3kg,
the first made bags are still very heavy and wet!

:):):)

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Posted 29 June 2010 - 03:46 PM

Wow, nice work! :eusa_clap

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Posted 30 June 2010 - 12:26 AM

kind of sick of doing bags and trying trays,will see how it goes.

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Posted 30 June 2010 - 12:35 AM

a nice pl.eryngii fruit

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Posted 30 June 2010 - 09:20 AM

Yum. You've inspired me to get out my wild oyster culture.

I once imagined for large production: vertical blocks or 'wall-of-substrate' using a gantry to move wall-blocks from filling area to incubation to fruiting. Linear. And allowing close placement to save space.

And wall blocks built as two flats, sandwiched over substrate allowing uniform (probably horizontal) filling and also quick release and removal of spent sub block (which when dried might be an insulation panel...)

And a means of hooking multiple panel walls together to speed handling via gantry...

And sized to allow comfortable bench harvesting..

All done in a shipping container.

Heh.

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Posted 30 June 2010 - 09:36 AM

Absolutely stunning thread fucgubarn.:bow:

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Posted 30 June 2010 - 09:49 AM

This is one of the most epic edible grows i have EVER SEEN.

BOW DOWN!!!!! :bow::bow::bow::bow::bow:

Archive material. :thumbup:

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Posted 30 June 2010 - 11:29 AM

ive been waiting fuckburn, and you have far exceeded my expectations. this is epic man.

much respect :bow:

a few questions

'watering schedule?'

-every 20 minutes for 20 seconds,
basically it is a little 'computer' connected to the hand-basin,

can you elaborate on this a bit im trying to visualise all the components but what i got in my mind is not making any sense. :)


i noticed in this pic that you've got several holes in one of these lids.

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is this so that you can inoculate with a syringe ala pf tek.
do you use a vermiculite barrier
or do you use some kide of tyvek barrier.

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Posted 02 July 2010 - 09:58 AM

Hi,

Erkee - have heard of a man doing probably something same as you describe about 15 years ago,do not know if that man is still alive though.
Sounds not so hard to do ,but you need to have a horizontal floor probably ,i don't :):).

Dr.Hallucination - thank you, it is a tragedy!

TastyBeverage - thank you , i sure can't compete for the smartest mushroom grower contest but i can enter the strongest mush grower competition :):)

zodd - thank you!

'can you elaborate on this a bit i m trying to visualise all the components but what i got in my mind is not making any sense.'

- the stopper/the clock/the computer (forgot to take pictures of that,will do) is connected to the pipe and runs and stops the water,
simple and cheapest,please see the pix.

'i noticed in this pic that you've got several holes in one of these lids.
is this so that you can inoculate with a syringe ala pf tek.
do you use a vermiculite barrier
or do you use some kide of tyvek barrier.'

- i do inoculate with a syringe (20ml), six inoculation points,
no,do not use any kind of barrier,used to put aluminum folio over the lid but now i do not,

what is used is strong thick liquid culture and good luck,
yes,get around 10 boxes out of 100 contaminated,

but it really depends on how well the grains are drained,when i pay attention enough no contamination at all,

recently have started to mix the wet grains with dry ones ,since much more can fit in the box which makes more inoculation points when doing the bags,

and more recently have started mixing with dry perlite,

and more recently would like to colonize something not organic ,maybe only perlite!!


:):):)

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Posted 02 July 2010 - 10:02 AM

irrigation system or fogging

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