Yep, once you have the colonized grain spawn, it's that easy...
was curious on the contamination part. no gloves or anything used to inoculate the spawns in... .im going to try what they do..hehehhehehe if it works then its gonna be faster in doing everything...
Yeah, it's hard to tell! But I imagine they take standard clean precautions, clean, alcohol scrubbed hands, clean room. It even sorta looks like they leave the jars in front of a flowhood with a blanket over it,but it could be something else.
With oysters being such vigorous colonizers and straw being fairly selective toward mycelium over bacteria and lesser molds, they should beat out any competitors, regardless of less than lab conditions.
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