Here we got on left, just over a pint of Azurescens Astoria, and on right same amount but Cyanescens washington, both on corn.
I took some hickory chips and a rotting log of either maple or oak, crushed it and soaked, in cooler, 4 tablespoons bleach, allong with my corrugated cardboard.
Pic of the soaking chips and after being drained.
Then I found these nice bins at grocery, 3 bucks for 2. About 3 inches deep, clear lids. I burned about 5 holes 1"diameter in the lids for FAE.
Here they are.
Now the fun part. Spawned both Azure and Cyan to the mix of hickory/rotted oak or maple. I hope that the extremly soft oak will colonize quickly.
Layered style, Corrugated cardboard, spawn, woodchips, lid, then covered with foil and poked holes, Then into incubator.
Here is the Azure and Cyanescens.
Now finally we come to the MYCO BAG OF Psilocybe Weilii, N. Georgia collection.
This bag consist of Pine cone, Pine twigs, random wood debris, redclay. and a quart of Weilii spawn on corn.
Seems to be doing well, I can see the mycelium migrating to the pinecones. I believe that this would go faster without the clay, So my next couple jars that need to be spawned will go into bins instead of bags, and without the clay, but the mix will still be pine cone as the main ingredient.
Here it is
So I hope to have enough spawn to start my outdoor weilii bed by end of january, I will lay down all this spawn on top of wood chips, then cover with redclay and soil mixture. Topped with grass seed and watered. My goal will be to grow the grass healthy and with it will come the Weilii when the temperature is right, The N. Georgia Weilii are very aggressive, and want to fruit. I know that these will give me no problems what so ever and I highly recommend this species to any one wanting to break into wood lovers. They have the potency and a beautiful look to them. Easy to grow. Just burry your spawn or make a fancy bed, Either way you will get fruits...