Yea, I did find p.cubensis growing off a pile of horse shit at a stable my friend and I went collecting at. It was during the warmer months when we discovered them here in eastern ontario.
And yes, I did have psilocybe cubensis sprout up from between the cracks in a driveway and it wasnt a few days more like a few months when the temperatures were permitting and given the sheer amount of spores getting pumped outside by a fan would have been no different had I used a super soaker to start them out with. You can grow p.cubensis outdoors here between July 15th and August 15th no problem. That's there prime time in the wild.
And the article I posted was the legality of psilocybe cubensis spores in ca, ga and Ohio well known anti spore states.
And yes I know for a fact they're forbidden in Australia and New Zealand and yes the reason for them being illegal is to do with the horticultural laws and argarculturala laws of those states and counties because they provide the perfect habitat for p.cubensis to grow year long.
And yes, I'm sure that in 20 or so years of cultivating p.cubensis I've learnt a thing or two since they're illegal to grow there hasnt been much research done on them other then Alan Rockefeller surveys that were done years ago.
Is Hawaiian a actual p.cubensis from Hawaii well yes it is. Someone other then Rockefeller probably stumbled across a patch at some point in time and domesticated them for a public release, they were one of the originals being offered on ralphsterspores web sites.
Alan Rockefeller is a marvelous microbiologist but even he cant say for certain that they dont grow there given as I said common sense would say they do since the climate is perfect. They grow in Brazil, Cuba, Puerto Rico, Spain, Mexico etc etc why the fuck wouldn't they grow wild in Hawaii?
I better be careful before I get banned for speaking out of logical truth instead of "of a guru said it dpesnt grow then it doesnt grow" when the climate permits them to grow perfectly fine...
I heard a rumor that ythan has a blanket covered in spores that he airs out on his rooftop from time to time....the wind will carry p.cubensis for hundreds of miles in all directions.....theyll survive a artic deep freeze and come spring when the temperatures permit germinate and grow.
This is logical facts of information and not because I said so, it's because I know so.
Edited by FunG, 28 January 2021 - 09:15 PM.