Logs, wood chips, probably cardboard and waste paper pulps, can be enriched with good compost, maybe straw logs???? Woody stem plants perhaps.......not overly sure since my oysters get grown on sawdust and woodchip blocks enriched with wheat bran which has to be sterilized. I haven't really found a reason to try other stuff too much but I grew a ton of elm oysters out of waste paper pulp shipping carton material. In fact they came from bulk fluorescent light packaging crates/boxes....
The Italian Oyster mushroom.......make spaghetti sauce with some..... yummy.....
Woot woot :)
I have pine shavings i don't think they will like them too much?
I was wondering about these oats i have for my rabbits I have rolled and whole oats
I don't have a PC yet but willing to pasteurise substrate
I took as clean as i can spore prints in clean plastic herb container thing i found they work great for spore prints
My oyster collection here has white stuff on the top they are a few days old ...i want a new sample that i can get a but end to transfer it to paper material
In your experience if i use a paper product do i need to have some nutrition source like soaking it in rabbit poop water?
Then dry it some and maybe a clean plastic zip bag with the butt end?
I do have woodchips out in the garden too
That and sticks or something
Lol a block of firewood ;)https://youtu.be/7MxCUH6AR0g
There is the video finding these
I'm pretty certain they are a match to that link I listed before
I've found the fall oyster before and the popular oyster and many other oyster type mushrooms but I have not found this one yet
I find other mushrooms exactly like this but get brown spores so I thought in the video that it was these ones but no sign of brown spores
Spore print was very white about 12hrs later
Thanks so much for your help
Edited by wildedibles, 11 September 2020 - 06:51 AM.