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Cultivation / Re: Air filtration idea(question)
« on: August 06, 2007, 08:29:58 PM »
Baph, my question now is how can i filter the air im pumping in. Psycho4psilo, thats cool, but i still wouldn't eat those.

Cultivation / Re: Air filtration idea(question)
« on: August 05, 2007, 09:59:16 PM »
If what your saying is true about the hydrogen peroxide is true, then i should change my question. What can i use to sanitize the air from my air pump?the brand is an elite 802 20 gallon air pump from pets mart. The air absolutely needs to be sanitized, the mushrooms are being grown in this storage space through a small door in my wall. The air is full of dust, the whole thing is basically covered in dust and disgust really.

Cultivation / Air filtration idea(question)
« on: August 04, 2007, 07:30:03 PM »
so, this is my first post and i guess thats kind of cool.  :ph34r: :ph34r: :ph34r: and so is this smile face. But so, ive thought of this way to filter the air for my grow chamber. I was thinking i could use a fish tank air pump to pump air through a jar of hydrogen peroxide. I think that the fact that it is peroxide will kill any bacteria, and that the liquid will catch and kill any foreign mold spores. Im thinking the hydrogen peroxide wont harm the mushrooms because i once read this on the internet > It basically describes a method of growing edible (not   the good kind...) mushrooms in an open jar using hydrogen peroxide in the substrate which grows nice healthy mushrooms. So theres my idea, and heres my questions. Is the hydrogen peroxide going to fill that air of my air tight(sept a breathing hole stuffed with cotton on the bottem side for CO2 ) container with deadly gas killing my magic fungus? And, is this even going to work?

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