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#1 psilocypher

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 04:53 PM

Hi, i shall get straight to the point...

DSC03348.JPG Rice and tupperware..

DSC03352.JPG Puncture holes in even spaces..

DSC03353.JPG Fill too about a third with the uncooked rice...

DSC03355.JPG Rice in large saucepan...

DSC03360.JPG In with boiling water...

DSC03362.JPG Get it to this stage, cook until soft, but not too soft...:horse:...This really does require experimenting too find the sweet-spot...

DSC03363.JPG Check the grains for softness as they cook...Check several times if needed.

DSC03365.JPG Rinse cooked rice with fresh water, to get rid of excess starch...

DSC03356.JPG Prepare containers by laying tape (electrical tape i find works well, but some strong duct tape will do nicely) lay about two strips i would say...

TBC...

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 05:22 PM

DSC03358.JPG Containers ready for action...

DSC03367.JPG Filled with "cooked" rice...

DSC03373.JPG Loaded into pc..

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"We have obtained full pressure, i repeat we have obtained full pressure, over" :amazed:...Now onto the lowest heat/flame setting you have on your cooker...
12 psi for 60-90 minutes.

DSC03374.JPG Cakes cool, ready to "noc up"...I highly recommend putting some straps of strong tape over the sides like this (you so much as open it a lil...CONTAM!) maybe...Downside with using containers like these is after pc'ing, the lids can become very loose..So be careful...

DSC03375.JPG Bottom left, Hillbilly lc, top, Thai lc...

At this point i take my syringes and sterilise them by sucking up and shooting out boiling water several times, this time i used 3% hydrogen peroxide...

Then to sterilise the needle with a flame, wipe the tape on top of lc jar with swab of iso, and stab through needle, suck up...DONE...Replace with sterile piece of tape...(This is just how i do my lc's)

Now onto the innoculation, essentially the same...Wipe over tape just before stabbing through a sterilised needle...Shoot out lc, withdraw needle...And finally cover up hole with fresh piece of sterilised (iso) tape...

DSC03377.JPG Wipe over tape with isopropyl alcohol..

DSC03378.JPG Replacing tape with micropore tape (I use hemming)

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DSC03381.JPG Finished...

Sorry about my poor lack of organisation, im very bad at putting things together like this, and now have another headache...Damn electromagnetic radiation!

Well any questions, fire away..

Im off for a smoke...:rasta:...

Psilo...:loveeyes:

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 05:26 PM

:bow: great write up!

Very nice alternative to cakes and jars.

Thanks!

And you know it's Archive Material.

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 05:37 PM

+1 on archive worthy.

#5 psilocypher

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 05:43 PM

Wow!

Archive!

Really!?

Thanks guys, just rasied my spirit a bit there...

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#6 psilocypher

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 05:44 PM

It is very "ghetto" though, let's be fair... :eusa_danc

Nout wrong though, aslong as it works ey...:rasta:

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 05:48 PM

Would it work with a spore syringe instead of a liquid culture? And could a BRF mixture be used instead of brown rice?

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 05:53 PM

The joy is that it's easy to find materials here, ghetto if you prefer. That makes it a great way for folks who can't find jars and such or vermiculite have a tek that creates a nice sized substrate.

You could also straight case these and fruit right from the container once colonized I'd guess. Using the same container.

What's your average cook time on your rice? Do you time it after you found that sweet spot?

Have you ever inoculated with a multispore syringe or just lc?

#9 psilocypher

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 05:55 PM

If you want too use a spore syringe, i would recommend using a BRF recipe, but it would still most likely work on the rice (i never use spore syringes)...

Experimentation...

#10 psilocypher

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 05:58 PM

The average cook-time is about 15-20mins, i just keep checking the grains as i cook..

And no, i never use spore syringes, i make up my lc's by scaping spore prints...

Even though if i were too receive a syringe, it would be a whole lot easier to make up a lc...

And that's a wicked idea with the straight casing, never though of that!

Cheers...

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#11 Freaky

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 06:04 PM

:thumbup:

a spore syringe test might have to be done by someone.

And I agree, using an lc will give quicker colonization and is easier.

One thing you didn't include, length of pc Time once you reached pressure. My guess is 60 minutes but folks will want that info.

#12 psilocypher

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 06:07 PM

Oh yes of course, you are right, usually about an hour, too an hour and a half...

My pc is only 12psi...

But works nicely, my only contams using this "tek", have been from accidental opening of the lid...As described earlier...

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Posted 22 April 2010 - 06:12 PM

Oh yes of course, you are right, usually about an hour, too an hour and a half...

My pc is only 12psi...

But works nicely, my only contams using this "tek", have been from accidental opening of the lid...As described earlier...


I'm going to edit that into your post. Great info that adds to the ease of the tek.

#14 psilocypher

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Posted 27 April 2010 - 03:43 AM

Also i have too add, pre-cooking the grains is very important, it will soften them and make any endospores vunerable too sterilising, also of course is needed too make the grains the right texture and give water holding ability...

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Posted 27 April 2010 - 12:05 PM

Damn Nice writeup!!!!!

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Posted 07 July 2010 - 10:45 PM

I like ghetto methods , This is a great method IMO ... as a beginner to cultivation that looks like a great way to get some decent size flushes

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Posted 07 July 2010 - 11:02 PM

:bow::eusa_clap:headbang:




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