I grew mycobags with many different woodlovers early this year, but after few months none of them fruited. So instead of just tossing them out, I put some of them in big flower pots (12ltr) with pure shredded conifer bark (called Rindenmulch in germany).
I layered the crumbled mycobags with the bark in the pots, one species per pot. One Bohemica, one Subaeroginascens (or Frsicosa), one Meravica, one Weraroa and a huge pot with two bags of Azurescens.
After 2 months all pots were colonized, so I added some more bark on top and left that again.
One of them fruited, as you might have seen, it was the Weraroa.
Fruiting Temps are 10-12 Degrees Celsius, they are indoor in my vaulted cellar.
So another ones fruits now. Well, I'm not sure what it is, but I'm not sure what exactley I buried :)
But it looks like Cyanofriscosa I'd say.
Here we go, pix from 10.28.2014:
Edited by TurkeyRanch, 29 October 2014 - 10:54 PM.
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