Grow log of some Panaeolus Cyanescens Cambodian trays plus one novelty container. Based on prior grows, projected harvest is day 26.
Day 1 - Created Panaeolus Cyanescens Cambodian 20ml spore solution in glovebox using single print. Inoculated 600ml liquid culture (LC) with 1ml.
LC is made of, per weight, 2% dextrose, 2% light malt, 96% water.
Day 9 - LC very dense and ready (see pic). This is day 8 after LC started. Innoculated fruiting mix which was 3 large spawn bags half full.
Standard Fruiting Formula
- Manure 75 oz
- WBS 18.8 oz
- water 188 oz
- vermiculite 2.5 liter
Conditions for substrate run: 75F with bags spaced about 3" apart on wire racks to prevent over heating.
Day 12 (morning) - Laid trays about 1" to 1.5" deep. Put trays in without any casing or plastic wrap. Circulation is off, except when humidifier switches on. Conditions set to 84F @ 100%
Day 12 (12-hours later during evening) - Trays were laid about 12 hours ago and have filmed over with white mycelium already (see pic). Put 1/4" to 1/2" casing soil on. Casing was at saturation and carefully applied and broken up with a fork for perfect cover consistency and permeability.
Standard Casing Formula (since parts are per volume, these are approximations)
- 1 part vermiculite
- 1 part peat
- 1 part coco coir
- 1/15th part (approximate) aragonite crushed coral
- Enough powdered calcium carbonate and a tiny bit of calcium hydroxide to bring Ph to 7.2
Chamber conditions for casing run: 80F with fog-like conditions (ultrasonic mistings most hours)
Day 14 - Casing ~70% colonized
Day 15 - Casing ~100% colonized (see pic)