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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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just do not know why are they so small?
is it because the cake is small?
larger substrate?=?larger shrooms?
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Stephen L. Peele (Fmrc)
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They need more light (that's filtered light, not direct). If those are PF cakes, they inhibit the growth. This is because the PF cake works well with a non-nutrition type casing. As this is what the Ps. cubensis mushroom fruits from, these type do well. Oyster mushrooms do not fruit by casing. Thus, you have a good part of your substrate working against the mushroom. Also, Oyster mushrooms special enzymes are "Ligneous Based". This means that they are designed to break down and use wood. This is why so many of the Oyster species can be grown on "Paper" (which is made from wood...grin). And, remember that the mycelium rebuilds itself into a mushroom. This is how they seem to appear over the night. They don't grow like normal plants. If you only have 5 grams of mycelium, it can only produce 5 grams of mushrooms. If you have 1,000 grams of mycelium, well, you will see bigger mushrooms. So, yes, larger amount of taken substrate will produce larger, if not more, mushrooms. Just like out in the wild, you will see small mushrooms on tiny tree limbs, and big fat ones growing from large tree trunks.....slp/fmrc
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Hippie3 (Admin)
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those still look pretty damn good to me.
and done on cakes is pretty cool too.
archive material to edibles/cakes
what's the formulation of the cakes ?

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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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thank you Mr.Stephen L. Peele for the answer,
was planning to transfer to straw but already lost 2 laudry baskets,so decided to fruit them as they are,
will try giving day light next time,

the cakes were made from oats,verm,water, (1/3/1)
the grains were first boiled to add moisture

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Taoist Shredder (Taoistshredder)
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This is so interesting I can't keep my eyes off it.
Just birthed 22 shiitake cakes but they haven't done anything yet, we'll see.
I'm tres interesting in doing this, though, my girlfriend loves oyster mushrooms.
Thoughts on oats/rye/rice in cakes? Thoughts of shredded paper in cakes (in place of verm or in place of substrate)?
Would it be a good idea to DEC all cakes, or just cubies?
Anyone ever make quart cakes? I'll bet they take a year to colonize, I'm just asking.
What's the time-table for oysters?
How did you do the oats, just whole or ground up?
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ZeroLatency (Zerolatency)
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Blue Oyster Cult! Yeah, they Kick Ass, too! Although, I think the pics of your shrooms look a lot better than any of the members in the band. Saw them in concert a year ago at Tunaca, Ms. One of the best concerts I've ever been to. I think I liked ZZ-Top the best. Your shrooms look awesome! I want to start growing those, too. I hear the strawlog method works really well with oyster.
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Stunning photos. Absolutely beautiful and now I am verrrry hungry for some oysters.
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blackcat (Darkiss)
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Wayyy nice bro!
LOve IT :D
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Yes , absolutely stunning...






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Rio (Rio)
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bluecat (Bluecat)
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very nice.they may be small,but when compared to the size of the cake,they look great to me.i'm interested to see the next flushes.might be even better.good stuff.
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quote:

the grains were first boiled to add moisture



how long did you boil ?

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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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put one litter oat grains and 2 litter water in a pot,usually boil until the water viporates or stop boiling just before the grains burst,boil on low fire,

these grow really fast,2-3 days faster than cubies to full maturity,
they are almost twice as bigger now,

ok,where is the problem then with pink oyster?
does it mutate like this because it is just oats grains?
meaning is it enviermental ot genetical?
they grow in the same conditions as the blue

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i'd guess a bacterial infection from the look of it

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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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mmmm maybe,
have to start from agar then,
will post some more blueoysterpix when have a better connection


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Cheffy (Cheffybluegills)
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I'll tell ya what those blues need...

some olive oil, garlic, a smidge of cabernet, a dollop of demi glace, a splash of cream , and a big fat tenderloin undernieth..........

yup
thats what they need
Enshalla bokra malesh baby......
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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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these pix were taken on the second day after first pix,
second flush is comming now very strongly even without dunking
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wow
stunning
i gotta agree with cheffy
they look delicious
nice work yet again
thx for sharing with us all

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CptnMaxMushroom (Captainmax)
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Good work considering it's just cakes. Of course, if you follow a proper method for oysters you would get a hell of a lot more.



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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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it is a pitty my gal dont eat mushrooms and i'm no cooker at all,
and do not share this hoby with anyone,
so,i grew them alone and'll have to eat them alone

isnt it stupid you cant say you grew the mushrooms for the soup you offer
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cakes sure take up less room
if you just want enough for 1

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purplenugs (Purplenugs)
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your gal does not eat shrooms!? lol

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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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thank you CptnMaxMushroom fot the compliments,but as hippie said "cakes sure take up less room
if you just want enough for 1"-realy like watching them growing,so cool ,
would take the proper method if ever go large,and that is a cool dream,
but would not take that teck. as the picture,
because think its hard to maintain the second flush with those big columns,probably would go the big laundry basket way,
well, have not tryed it so maybe talking nonsence,
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wonderful. another example of a great use for cakes.2 or 3 cases of these would be a steady supply for 1 or 2 people.easy,clean,and reliable.and yes, a tenderloin with those sounds great.good job.
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wow this is one of the more wonderfull pics ive seen on this board !!!

very nice work ! i dołn't eat any mushrooms in meals but im sure they are all excelent !!

happy growing!!
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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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here is the second flush
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jeez
that's the best i've seen to date on cakes/edibles
congrats again.

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That's outstanding.


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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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thanks, thanks again
wont be going for 3rd flush
those little flys dig holes through the mycelim,
they are so fast,driving me crazy,
got to clean clean
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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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grain = oat
prepare,innoculate (with tissue),incubate,

straw (do not know the origin still)
the straw was pressure cooked because the bleach method did not work for me,nor the pasturization,
or maybe the chamber was dirty then,
or 1000 other reasons!
dont know,

straw was cut to small chops and pressured with the basket,

then take out the straw and put first layer of micelized grains,lower layer
then a layer of straw,
and like this till the upper layer is again micelized grains,

the thing wes directly put in fruting chamber and here it is 7-8 day later

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Multiple flushes from a very tasty edible. New inspiration for some experiments on this side the pond. OUSTANDING!!!!!!
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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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all previous attempts like this contaminated,
so, took the inner part,big cakes and put them outside in the park,covered with leaves,
they all fruited like crazy giving 3 times bigger flushes outside where the temps are 10-15C,yeah slower grouth but better,
and no more contams outside,
and also the outside mushrooms form better shaped fruit bodies,
but indoors start to rot before dropping spores,
maybe cause its to wet and foggy in the chaimber,
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that did ok eh ?
cool.
how do you cook them ?

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fucgubarn fucgubarnov (Fucgubarn)
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actually have not eaten them still,
do not have any idea how to cook them?
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oysters in a laundry basket eh ?
very nice.
who has recipes ?


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