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Well one of my patches has been getting alot of foot traffic around it lately, not directly on it but close to it.
Do you think if I took up all of the artificial woodchips and layed them in a sprinkelered area and layed them on the ground mixed w/alil dirt and grass seed, do you think theyd fruit in a month or two? I think the myc would grow together after two months and with the grass growng over it I think the chances for fruits are really good. how much do you think the yield would be damaged though?
Is there a good way to transplant patches w/o damaging the yield?
Nah, two months would be a bit optimistic. You could try to transplant some mycelium to freshly pasteurized wood chips, perhaps via an intermediate cardboard-tek step. Do a search, there's lots of stuff posted on wood lover guerrilla grows.
I think the chances of you getting a flush this year will be slim to none. When doing transplants they usually need at least ten months to a year and then the right conditions for them to flush, if you are lucky.