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InvisibleGGreatOne234
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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11218 - 04/05/00 07:07 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Thats the most beautiful thing ive seen all day. Thats a heckalot of cubes in that pile! So wheres the Pics of the WILD Georgia Cubes?? Huh buddy?

Nice shroom pics Lizard :smile:



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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11220 - 04/05/00 07:11 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

i like seeing outdoor patches. I plant them under my plants in my garden every year. They might just help the strains and one day maybe, the shroom will grow wild in your area. Wishfull thinking though


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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11221 - 04/05/00 07:32 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Hey buddy, there on their way :wink: Actually it will be a while before I have pics of them in the wild(no daytime fields producing currently)But I will post some pics of them after harvest. They just started fruiting last week.

5150, I do the same with spent substrate. So far nothings fruiting yet. Still a good way to get rid of old cakes.


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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11222 - 04/05/00 07:57 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Great job, those sure look yummy!! If that's the second flush, have you tried any of the Cambodians yet?? I have some Cam. pinning right now, and hope to try them in the next few weeks.


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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11223 - 04/05/00 08:25 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Yeah, I 've tried them. They're good. Like Ryche said they have kind of a wiring effect. But I used a different substrate than I usually do, so that could have been it also.


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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11224 - 04/05/00 09:45 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

lizard, or others--have you grown the cambodians indoors yet? i've heard that they don't do well on cakes but i've ordered some already and don't wanna waste them...

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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11225 - 04/05/00 09:56 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Lucky b*********
I cant even dream of trying it outdoors,
the temps and humidity levels are imnpossible to maintain !
As for the dung .... could you be alittle more spcific ?? horse dung, cow dung ???
when the rains come to india, I will try this out seems like an intersting idea ...
and those shrooms ...ummm... lcuky b*********
am i jealous or what ??
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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11226 - 04/05/00 10:09 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)


Them some cr@zy looking shroom Lizard!


Have you been eating them???

Hows the trippin On those :smile: , what are they liiike?

All the caps look so shiney and fresh. Did you get any close-up pictures?



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OfflineLizard King
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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11227 - 04/07/00 05:30 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

I would have responded to this thread earlier, except I've been hiking the Appalachian trail for the last 2 days(fun as hell!)

Anyway, to ansewr some questions, yes I have grown them indoors. No they didn't grow well on cakes(or cased for that matter) Thats why I moved them outside. Maverick, to be specific, I used old, dried out cow dung. I imagine horse dung would work also, but I used cow dung, Figured I would have better results since thats what they grown on in the wild(never seen cubensis in horse dung before)

GGreat234, actually I didn't try the mushrooms grown outdoors. I gave them to my best friend so he could smaple some :smile: I did try some from my indoor setup. They were good. Typical cubensis trip. Maybe a little more potent than wild cubensis. I didn't get very good close-ups(Blury)But I do have a shot of the harvested frutis.


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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11228 - 04/07/00 06:56 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

congrats on a good little patch liz! perhaps you'll try doing some azures or cyans in the winters? Maybe?

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OfflineLizard King
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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11229 - 04/07/00 07:17 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

An azure or cyan patch would be my dream. Unfortunately, the weather here just doesn't permit me to do so. I have asked workman about this. He brings a good point up. In the northwest, when it is 40-50 degrees in the fall, and the mushies are fruiting, there is plenty of rain accompanied with the lower temps. Here in Georgia, when the temps are steadily around 40-60 degrees, there is no humidity present. Georgia's wet season is spring and summer, which is why the cubies fruit wild so well around here. The combination of low temp and high humidity, just isn't a frequent occurance here in GA.

However, if I can find psilocybe weilii this fall, I would definately construct an outdoor bed. I was even thinking about giving the cope. cyans a try outdoor this year. I've never heard of anyone trying that. I'll bet it would result in much larger fruit size(But thats just a guess)


As for the cyans and azures, I'll just have to make a trip this fall so I can see in person, what I've read about for so long. I would love nothing more than a chance to hunt for the many northwestern species. Besides, IMO, I would like northwest mushroom hunting much better than southeast pasture pickin'. You can pick in daylight and on public property in the NW. Instead of some rednecks cow pasture in the middle of the night. I hate jumping fences and running from pissed of, inbred white trash(theres plent of em' where I pick)


The Lizard,

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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11230 - 04/09/00 10:23 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

cowdung ... ???
we gotta lot of that shit here, hmm.... did you sterilize or decontaminate it in anyway, if you did please let me know, I would love to have my own personal outdoor shrooms patch... right now its highly unlikely... is 112 degrees farenheit as i speak !!
and its 8 in the morning !!
even my plants i have moved indoors and am watering them 3 times a day i take a break from work every afternoon to do this !
this monsoon i will try this !
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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11231 - 04/09/00 10:39 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

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OfflineNCubensis
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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11232 - 04/09/00 10:47 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Got a pic of your mini greenhouse?


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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11233 - 04/09/00 10:57 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

My Congrats to you Lizard King, I have to come see your outdoor patchs someday. I tried calling you when you were in the Mountains, I needed some of them cambodians. I dont need them anymore my gulf coast batch really took off, I'll tell you how the trip is. Thanks for the spores by the way.

Your friendly Acidhead



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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11234 - 04/09/00 11:37 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

HeHe, AcidHead, I'm glad you finally harvested some fruits! Actually, I'm suprised you did. Thast print I gave you was from a wild gulf coast mushroom, picked in a Florida field while I was visiting Shroom Wizard last fall. When I grew from those prints I brought back, the mushrooms were very small and skinny. Almost like long pins. I'll bet they grew better for you since they were outdoors.

Anyway, Glad to see you found your way back around here. For everyone who doesn't know acidhead, he is the person that introduced me to the wonderful cultivation of magical mushrooms, and to this web-site. If it wasn't for him, I wouldn't have discovered the best hobby I've ever took intrest in!

Acidhead, I'll swing by your house next weekend and take you out to the fields for a good shroom pickin' :smile: At least I hope we find something? Anyway, the mountains kicked ass. We caught a shitload of rainbow trout and wild brook trout. It was a blast, especially with the dankage I brought with :smile: mmm, mmm... I can smell it now :wink:


To maverick: The dung was pasteurized at 160 deg. for 45 minutes in a pillow case on the stove top.

To Psyconaut: Yeah, I did get a few bug holes in the caps and stems. Just a few though, wasn't too bad at all. I am growing in a green house right now though. Basically I'm using Hawks setup. Its worked awesome so far. I have a fully colonized casing, just waiting for it to pin. I hate waiting :smile:


The Lizard,

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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11235 - 04/10/00 12:34 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Hey Lizard,

This post probably should go into hunting, but I wanted to make sure you saw it.

It sounds like you really did find a hobby. Is your statement really true? "the cubies fruit wild so well around [Georgia]" (don't exagerate now, because I want that to be true sooooo bad). I've been out a few times now to the I-20E area, and found some easily accesible fields full of cows, and I have even found other mushrooms, but no cubies. :frown:

I know it's a bit early and not consistently warm yet, but have you found any wild ones yet this year? I'm in the Marietta area (as you know), which can't be much different than that other place, so I think I'll just scope out the areas closer to home. I also have a legitimate way of hunting in daylight, that I think would completely disarm Bubba. I haven't had any human encounters yet, but I actually do enjoy birdwatching, and I really do stop to look at and identify them (and other things) through my 10 power binoculars. Works for me!

Your mountain hiking trip should have given you opportunites to get familiar with potential P.Weilii habitats. Come September, I'm going on an all out hunt for those babies.

Take it easy...

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OfflineLizard King
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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11236 - 04/10/00 01:44 AM (16 years, 7 months ago)

I already have some great lookin' weilii spots. Forests full of sweetgum trees and pines. I have my fingers crossed.

Anyway, Yes I have found cubies this year. About 1 1/2 weeks ago. I'm tellin' you, they ARE out there. I swear it to you! I picked them, and I ate them twice. I never said I found that many, I was lookin' in late november-early december. So what was out there was scarce. The first cubensis in Georgia that I found in my field, was actually found by my closest friend. It was a perfect cubensis. Pure white, witha touch of gold in the center. I took a print and even tried growing them. The other cubensis I found in that field, I found myself. I found four small cubensis in a single cow pie onn december 2nd 1999, off exit 44 on I-20(what is now exit 88) Here is some pictures. Only one of these mushrooms was printable. The one in my hand.



These aren't the best pictures, or shrooms. But I used a disposable and the mushrooms were growing in cold december! It was in the 30's the night I found these.

I promise Cubensis fruit out I-20. I have one paticular field and one only, that I have picked cubensis in. I know it will produce well this spring. The next cubensis I find(soon)I am going to E-mail you ASAP and we my friend are going on a mushroom hunt. I have no problem meeting up with you, as long as you don't mind hanging out with a 19 year old. I will take you to MY field and show you the cubies. So you can see them with you own eyes, and taste them with your brain :uploads/Georgia1.jpg


These aren't the best pictures, or shrooms. But I used a disposable and the mushrooms were growing in cold december! It was in the 30's the night I found these.

I promise Cubensis fruit out I-20. I have one paticular field and one only, that I have picked cubensis in. I know it will produce well this spring. The next cubensis I find(soon)I am going to E-mail you ASAP and we my friend are going on a mushroom hunt. I have no problem meeting up with you, as long as you don't mind hanging out with a 19 year old. I will take you to MY field and show you the cubies. So you can see them with you own eyes, and taste them with your brain


These aren't the best pictures, or shrooms. But I used a disposable and the mushrooms were growing in cold december! It was in the 30's the night I found these.

I promise Cubensis fruit out I-20. I have one paticular field and one only, that I have picked cubensis in. I know it will produce well this spring. The next cubensis I find(soon)I am going to E-mail you ASAP and we my friend are going on a mushroom hunt. I have no problem meeting up with you, as long as you don't mind hanging out with a 19 year old. I will take you to MY field and show you the cubies. So you can see them with you own eyes, and taste them with your brain

I WILL be E-mailing you within a few weeks. Be ready for a spur of the moment shroom hunt.

Oh yeah, I agree, this could probably go to the hunting forum. It kinda drifted that way, sorry :smile: Its up to Link or Camel.

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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11237 - 04/10/00 07:38 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Lizard king... Nice Pics!! Spread that seed boy!! Keep them outdoor guerilla patches goin! Hey have you ever took any prints from those weili's?? Every tried to grow them??

Mavrick- You need an air conditioner bro if you dont already have one..112 deg at 8 am jesus christ!!



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Re: *PICS* of outdoor grown Cubensis.
    #11238 - 04/20/00 02:30 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Ok Lizard, we'll take this offline.
Awaiting your e-mail.


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