(04/24/13 05:56 PM)
Auf Englisch bitte?
(01/06/13 11:05 AM)
i plan on cultivating cyans in nova scotia this coming season, i have never done it before or heard of anyone doing it here but i do believe its possilble considering the many different types of mushrooms that do grow in nova scotia and that the temperatures are suitable, i just have one question for you!
i am buying a cyanescens spore syringe and to begin the process i wanted to innoculate the spores with either rye grain or wild bird seed or a compost bag
http://mushbox.co/sterile_substrates.html this is the provider i am going to purchase from,
from your experience do u think i can innoculate with these substrates and then transfer to maple or alder wood chips successfully?
i kno that it takes longer for mycellium to grow when changing substrates but these innoculation bags are almost fool proof to get a culture growing, i mean if the cyans will accept this growing environment
my plans after fully innoculated rye or bird seed is to collect maple or alder from the woods i plan on growing in and sterilize them then grow my culture further and when transplanted to the outdoors it should find it easy to continue to grow or eat as it was the same wood taken from the woods. hope you can help me!
(10/28/11 12:43 AM)
Eine wirklich n
(01/04/09 02:07 AM)
cardboard has glue, etc... in it. As long as the cardboard used is not
the shrooms are safe to eat.
(11/04/06 10:09 PM)
"Then the material is covered with plastic or cardboard (also a useful substrate) and watered once a week."
cardboard has like glue and lead.