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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: J3illy]
    #9472698 - 12/21/08 03:06 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

I would belive that pic. But this mushroom is a primary decomposer..Where in that pic its fruiting off an already decompose stuff...

~Azurescens is- White Oak Sawdust, Dehydrated Manure(wtf), Rye Berries, Straw, Oyster Shell, and Water

My friend, you need to do some reading... :shake:


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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: Brainiac]
    #9472763 - 12/21/08 03:22 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: Brainiac]
    #9472823 - 12/21/08 03:33 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

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My friend, you need to do some reading... :shake:




What do you mean I need to do some reading?  I searched google images for Azure pics - and they are the same mushrooms growing in that thread.  Cubes do not have the white rim around the cap or the nipple on the top.  Whether or not THAT guy grew those or how he grew them - those are Azures.  And what that guy claims he used - you can definitely grow Azures with - wheat grain spawned to wood chips or sawdust of some kind.  You can read all about right here:

http://www.shroomery.org/8673/Erics-Guide-To-Cultivating-Psilocybe-Azurescens-Cyanescens

Other info from other sites:

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The Psilocybe azurescens, cyanescens and baeocystis love woodchips. The colonized spawn will also be helpful in colonizing a part of the woodchips with mycelium.

It does not really matter what kind of woodchips you use. In general the mushrooms grow very well on almost all kinds of woodchips. We use the ones that you can buy in the pet shops to use as underground for your pet house.




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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: J3illy]
    #9472847 - 12/21/08 03:38 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

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My friend, you need to do some reading... :shake:




What do you mean I need to do some reading?  I searched google images for Azure pics - and they are the same mushrooms growing in that thread.  Cubes do not have the white rim around the cap or the nipple on the top.  Whether or not THAT guy grew those or how he grew them - those are Azures.  And what that guy claims he used - you can definitely grow Azures with - wheat grain spawned to wood chips or sawdust of some kind.  You can read all about right here:

http://www.shroomery.org/8673/Erics-Guide-To-Cultivating-Psilocybe-Azurescens-Cyanescens




Did you miss the part that says

Many have tried it, but I didn´t hear of one person that succeeded using that guide.

Its right under the heading...:rolleyes:


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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: Brainiac]
    #9472888 - 12/21/08 03:44 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

What does that matter?  And yea, the link says "Many have tried it, but I didn´t hear of one person that succeeded using that guide", which is from '02 - and the guy's thread that claims he grew them is from '04.

Those are Azures in that thread.  Searching google images for Azures, they look EXACTLY like that, and one of those very pics comes up.

Like I said, whether or not THAT guy grew them, or HOW they were grown - they are Azures.  For your defense you're throwing up the required substrate - which the guy claims he used. 

I dunno why you're getting so defensive and offended it seems.


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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: J3illy]
    #9472960 - 12/21/08 03:55 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

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What does that matter?  And yea, the link says "Many have tried it, but I didn´t hear of one person that succeeded using that guide", which is from '02 - and the guy's thread that claims he grew them is from '04.

Those are Azures in that thread.  Searching google images for Azures, they look EXACTLY like that, and one of those very pics comes up.

Like I said, whether or not THAT guy grew them, or HOW they were grown - they are Azures.  For your defense you're throwing up the required substrate - which the guy claims he used. 

I dunno why you're getting so defensive and offended it seems.




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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: Brainiac]
    #9473073 - 12/21/08 04:16 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

I hear what you're saying - maybe the guy grew them or found them outside, and wanted to look all awesome, so he transferred them to try and make it look like he grew them inside.  It's tough to say - although what he claims he did seems like he emulated outdoor conditions, using unsterilized woodchips and an unsterilized casing layer from the woods of foliage, sticks, and needles.  Being unsterilized, there was definitely microorganisms in the substrate, which RR said is required for them.

Who knows the real story behind it, but I'm convinced those are Azures in the thread.  Not only are they an exact match to the google images - but I don't see how they could be cube lookalikes, when they all have the white rim and the nipple. 

It's not something I'd ever try, but I don't think it's flat-out impossible to do.


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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: J3illy]
    #9473131 - 12/21/08 04:30 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

It's possible, but look at the shitty yields compared to the pain you have to go through. Why do it if you live in a climate zone that doesn't support Azures?
I got a print of Azures, but I'll be spawning to woodchips to make an outdoor patch. I am not even going to bother with indoor. Cubes and Pans are for indoor, Cyans and Azures... hell no. If you got time and spores to waste, go for it. If you don't, leave it alone.


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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: J3illy]
    #9473359 - 12/21/08 05:23 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

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I hear what you're saying - maybe the guy grew them or found them outside, and wanted to look all awesome, so he transferred them to try and make it look like he grew them inside.  It's tough to say - although what he claims he did seems like he emulated outdoor conditions, using unsterilized woodchips and an unsterilized casing layer from the woods of foliage, sticks, and needles.  Being unsterilized, there was definitely microorganisms in the substrate, which RR said is required for them.

Who knows the real story behind it, but I'm convinced those are Azures in the thread.  Not only are they an exact match to the google images - but I don't see how they could be cube lookalikes, when they all have the white rim and the nipple. 

It's not something I'd ever try, but I don't think it's flat-out impossible to do.




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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: Brainiac]
    #9473509 - 12/21/08 05:53 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

These in the tray on the left were grown indoors right up until time to stimulate pinning, and then moved outdoors.  It's grains to sawdust/chips in a filter patch bag, which when fully colonized was used to inoculate more unsterilized chips mixed with garden soil in the kitty litter tray.  After three months of colonization indoors, they were moved outside.  For all the trouble it's worth, consider it a novelty grow.  If you want a larger harvest, spawn the chips into an outdoor bed in the spring.
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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: Brainiac]
    #9474407 - 12/21/08 09:01 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: J3illy]
    #9474605 - 12/21/08 09:30 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

i was about to post that exact same picture (the last one you posted jilly) as an example that cubes don't have the fibrous/filamentous veil that azures and cyans have, and none of these azures have a collar left from the thick veil like on cubes.  i'm pretty sure that you are the liar, brainiac, hehe.  Not only this, but how would you explain the progression of growth...







apparently it IS possible... why are you so butt hurt over this brainy?

hahaha, i fucked up with the coding on the images, so if you click on them, they just go to a pic of my pressure cooker... but you can see them in the post...


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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: SuchSmartMonkeys]
    #9474788 - 12/21/08 10:03 PM (5 years, 8 months ago)

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i was about to post that exact same picture (the last one you posted jilly) as an example that cubes don't have the fibrous/filamentous veil that azures and cyans have, and none of these azures have a collar left from the thick veil like on cubes.  i'm pretty sure that you are the liar, brainiac, hehe.  Not only this, but how would you explain the progression of growth...







apparently it IS possible... why are you so butt hurt over this brainy?

hahaha, i fucked up with the coding on the images, so if you click on them, they just go to a pic of my pressure cooker... but you can see them in the post...




Any Spore pics ? :smirk:

or they are Psilocybe subaeruginascens...Why is a warm loving grass is growing.When they, love the cold to fruit ?..

http://forums.mycotopia.net/exotic-magic-mushrooms/24964-psilocybe-subaeruginascens.html


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Re: Casting Resurection on P. Cyan Thread. [Re: Brainiac]
    #9476960 - 12/22/08 10:00 AM (5 years, 8 months ago)

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