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Elms' sporulation progress?
    #11284517 - 10/20/09 04:09 PM (8 years, 1 day ago)
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hello all,
could someone who has good experience with Elm oysters help me? i have a single remaining relatively mature fruiting body ? with the limited resolution camera pictures that i have, could
someone tell how close to sporulation  it is?...if it's possible ?

i would  like to try and get a print from this last one or try for a mycel/clone. anybody can comment.  thx  Imorph
ps: i ll try  but i m still not a  expert at getting the pictures uploaded **** pictures are up loaded
i am going to try to re-load in zip file this 2nd time.


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Re: Elms' sporulaltion progress? [Re: Imorph]
    #11284540 - 10/20/09 04:13 PM (8 years, 1 day ago)

rather get a clone especially if the mushroom was a good one.  Prints will not give the same performance as mostly another strain will be formed than the one that made your current mushroom.


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Re: Elms' sporulation progress? [Re: solumvita]
    #11284846 - 10/20/09 04:55 PM (8 years, 1 day ago)

thank you both

thank you Paresthesia

"I cannot open the rar file on my fancy phone, but elm oysters do like to drop a lot of spores. 

I've sat fruiting blocks in front of a windowsill and watched them drop spores in the sunlight. 

Lots and lots of spores.  Tons.  When I grow them in dark plastic bags they get white patches under the fruit bodies from all of the spores."

Thank you also MR Solumvita  for your tip.

i made a double post so i had to eliminate one of then that had a reply...so mod and posters excuse me.


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Re: Elms' sporulation progress? [Re: Imorph]
    #11285121 - 10/20/09 05:31 PM (8 years, 1 day ago)

the 2 Elm pictures are now in zip file instead of rar.  out all contams imorph


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Re: Elms' sporulaltion progress? [Re: Imorph]
    #11286363 - 10/20/09 08:33 PM (8 years, 1 day ago)

I'd clone parts of the stem tissue and take a print. Though the gills appear brown, deformed and broken. Is it possible your air humidity is very low? If that's the case the mushroom may not be able to produce spores. As long as it is young and still growing fast, you can wait.

Carsten


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Re: Elms' sporulation progress? [Re: Mycelio]
    #11318624 - 10/25/09 03:48 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)
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hello all,

here s an update on my small P. Ulmarius grow. these are newer pictures of a previous post that i made um mm days ago ? There is  some  growth and maturity since then. the original 2 fruiting bodies

have aged and have new young neighbors. this is the White Elm that's  not so white (Very Brown) now having been grown outdoors... i am still peeking under the margin looking for spore development in the "oldster" ? 

i eventually will try and remove the  entire substrate body into a plastic BAG with lots of

holes for O2 . there are some fruiting bodies growing out of sight between the insides of plastic bucket and substrate.
                                                wish me luck, Imorph

On this small grow any comments on the maturity and sporulation are welcomed.`


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