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:Q:What is a common total yield a 1/2 pint cake?
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:Q:What is a common total yield of a 1/2 pint cake?
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If you don't have a pressure cooker, then the best is probably the pf tek substrate. If you have a pressure cooker and perhaps even a flow hood, then various grains, and those grains spawned to pasteurized straw or compost might be the best.
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If you don't have a pressure cooker, then the best is probably the pf tek substrate. If you have a pressure cooker and perhaps even a flow hood, then various grains and those grains spawned to pasteurized straw or compost might be the best.
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Q:What is a common total yield a 1/2 pint cake?
A:3-7 grams dry.
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:Q:What is a common total yield a 1/2 pint cake?
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Q:What is the average cycle duration from inoculation to harvest?
A:4-6 weeks.
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:Q:What is the average cycle duration from inoculation to harvest?
:A:4-6 weeks.
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Q:What is the best and most reliable growing medium.
A:The best growing medium is whatever fits your needs and circumstances best.
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:Q:What is the best and most reliable growing medium.
:A:The best growing medium is whatever fits your needs and circumstances best.
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!Cultivation FAQ

Q:What is a common total yield a 1/2 pint cake?
A:3-7 grams dry.

Q:What is the average cycle duration from inoculation to harvest?
A:4-6 weeks.

Q:What is the best and most reliable growing medium.
A:The best growing medium is whatever fits your needs and circumstances best.
If you don't have a pressure cooker, then the best is probably the pf tek substrate. If you have a pressure cooker and perhaps even a flow hood, then various grains, and those grains spawned to pasteurized straw or compost might be the best.
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