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Cloning from old dry mushrooms?

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#1 Severian



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Posted 12 November 2022 - 09:24 PM

Was cleaning my house today and picked up a small jar of the first mushrooms I've grown, a few years old- and I remembered hearing that it's possible to clone from old dehydrated fruits-

This specific flush were weird mutant dwarfs and super potent- and I'm curious if it's possible to revive them.

Does anyone have experience with this?
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#2 ElPirana



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Posted 13 November 2022 - 06:46 AM

You should give it a try!

I successfully cloned some two year old fruits a while back. You can take a look, I documented it here:
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#3 Severian



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Posted 13 November 2022 - 10:35 AM

Yeeha El pirana. Exactly. Will post results!
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#4 Myc


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Posted 13 November 2022 - 11:17 AM

Here's a past effort of mine:


Works like a champ if you have the patience.

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#5 FunnyFarmer



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Posted 13 November 2022 - 04:43 PM

Try it on agar, you never know.

#6 TrippTripTrippyJ



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Posted 06 April 2023 - 10:10 PM

this is the only way that I had to learn, so I know that it works. Follow that link from ElPirana's post. I wish I could remember which thread it was on here that inspired  me to try. I suggest taking a sample from inside the base, in the dry flesh of an unopened cap - expect to outrun contams a few times, but its do-able. good luck! 

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