Post Number: 1
|Posted on Thursday, December 25, 2003 - 01:51 am:||
ive grown a couple batches of cubs with just single cakes, but i wanted to do something outside and what better stain to do than some azure's. im in socal and would appreciate any experiences people have had with them. also was thinking of expanding indoor growing and switching strains, any suggestions.
mycos eleusis (Exshroomer)
Post Number: 435
|Posted on Thursday, December 25, 2003 - 07:08 am:||
There's plenty of stuff in the Archives, which I'm about to hit up for info on outdoor beds myself.
As far as strains, I've only ever used the PF Classic until I had to shut down operations....just before he got busted. So I was able to collect 4 prints and chose the Cambodian out of them.
I innoculated 12 days ago....now they're almost at 100% colonization with no incubator, sitting in the late 60's/early 70's temps. I shit you not!!! They may have been done by now in temps like yours. They may do wonderfully in temps like yours!
Very impressed so far, and they haven't even fruited for me to eat them yet!
"Bake them Donuts with extra grease;
This batch is for the chief of Police!"
Post Number: 321
|Posted on Thursday, December 25, 2003 - 07:10 am:||
Well first i wouldn't really recommend telling us exactly where you live. but aside from that if where you live is warm enough (60+ when it rains... or at least most of the time) you can probably grow cubensis outside. if it's to cold then you can grow Ps. cyans. azures i'm pretty sure won't grow wild south of oregon.... not totaly sure though.
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Post Number: 9854
|Posted on Saturday, December 27, 2003 - 01:11 am:||
a good cubie strain that's popular these days is the Texan.
as for azures,
lots of info here-
Post Number: 17
|Posted on Saturday, December 27, 2003 - 10:06 pm:||
a friend of mine has had some good success growing outdoors in the summer. he lives in conneticut then however. but all he used was cubensis strains. took the jars mixed with straw and manure i forget what he used exactly but he just basically made casings outside. he reccommends putting a tarp over in beginning. i think he also had bins in the ground to keep the conditions more to his liking. but he said the mushrooms grew huge and there was tons of them. hes very eager to try again next season. but also what i thought was interesting was certain bugs were eating at base of mushrooms and running around like fiends. would probaly be interesting to research to see how psilocybin relates with such beings. who knows theres ants that farm fungus/mushrooms maybe u could teach some ants to farm shrooms that would be wonderful. i was actually thinking about feeding ant colonies just mycelium to see what happens?