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#41 cichlisuite

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Posted 06 August 2009 - 05:53 AM

The Truth., just surprising you are still bewildering. Woodlover teks are wellknown, moreover i've illustrated every little step i made. So, please scroll this page to it's top and read and watch this thread from very beginning.
Thanks for reputation.
If it make you happy here is some links:
http://mycotopia.net...ver-08-too.html :bow:
http://mycotopia.net...dlover-tek.html :bow:
http://www.fungifun....oor-Cultivation
this info i've had in mind all this time

#42 The Truth.

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Posted 06 August 2009 - 12:17 PM

The Truth., just surprising you are still bewildering. Woodlover teks are wellknown, moreover i've illustrated every little step i made. So, please scroll this page to it's top and read and watch this thread from very beginning.
Thanks for reputation.
If it make you happy here is some links:
http://mycotopia.net...ver-08-too.html :bow:
http://mycotopia.net...dlover-tek.html :bow:
http://www.fungifun....oor-Cultivation
this info i've had in mind all this time


Like I said, I'm slow.
Besides, I didn't and still don't see detailed directions on the whole process
in this thread.
But now your links are like magic.
Thank you for that my friend......I only asked for details because your method (or the method used) stuck out to me...right down to the wood and way you cut it.
I'd like to try it.
Thanks for the links ;)

#43 Diacetyl-M

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Posted 06 August 2009 - 01:33 PM

Very impressed, and I agree with truth....though there are many woodlover teks, I'm interested in the specifics of your method as well. I'm wanting to try this soon. Rep +1 :)

#44 cichlisuite

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Posted 07 August 2009 - 07:52 AM

The Truth., Diacetyl-M, guys, as you see, i didn't follow any of the teks strictly. The main idea of growing outdoor mushrooms is to creat a fruiting substrate without grains. And here wide field for experimens is opening. Your fantasy and probably choice in shop are two things that can limit you ;)
In my region it's impossible to buy wood chips so I have done it by axe myself - simply hacked birch shoetree as could, has done slivers - that's all. There's no any secret. My method differs from others just in facility that available to me. So feel free to invent something new, that will suit you Posted Image
Good luck!

Well, here is normal photos of how patch looks:

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#45 P4ulada

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Posted 07 August 2009 - 09:37 AM

hey dude, and what about the temperatures?
nice grow ;)

#46 cichlisuite

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Posted 07 August 2009 - 04:14 PM

Temperatures are:
Agar and grain colonizating: 20 ° -26 °C
Wood chips colonizating: 18 ° - 24 ° C
Maximum sumer temperature: 35 ° C
Expected minimum winter temperature: -30 ° C
Average winter temperature: -5 ° C

And a few extrem closeups of P.Baeocystis mycelium fighting with unknown bacteria contamination on agar landscape.

For Woodlover-lovers :) :loveeyes: i'll promote my thread about bioluminescent woodlover Panellus Stipticus with dozens of nice pics. Enjoy: http://mycotopia.net...llustrated.html

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#47 Frequency

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Posted 10 August 2009 - 06:47 PM

Very cool! Excellent grow log! This patch attempt is one of the best I've ever seen.




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