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Pinning Contaminated Cakes
    #11339141 - 10/28/09 04:45 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)

So a couple of weeks ago I asked if it would be worth my time burying some contaminated cakes outside. For the most part, everyone said to give it a shot, as there have been people who have had positive results doing so.

My newest query, is I have one contam cake left to bury. It began pinning however, and I wanted to know what would be the best method about "planting" it outside. I have access to mulch or soil by a river bank. The mulch seems to have an inactive (probably poisonous) mycelium already. I've seen tiny greyish white (thin stem) mushrooms growing from there before.

First, is it a bad idea to bury an active cake where inactive (and possibly poisonous) mushrooms grow? I'm not a hundred percent positive that the mycelial network is still there as I haven't seen the little grey ones come out in a while.

Second, if it isn't wise to bury the cakes (Cambodian strain) in the mulch. Would a river bank or soil close to the river be a better alternative? I don't have any cow poo left and don't really feel like purchasing it for a contam. Just wanted to see if mother nature could take care of it.

Any ideas or input is greatly appreciated.

Thanks.


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Re: Pinning Contaminated Cakes [Re: BiG_StroOnZ]
    #11339176 - 10/28/09 04:50 PM (7 years, 11 months ago)

Search for the outdoor teks, Make sure the conditions are right in you're area. I have like 7 cakes in my garden yet to see any fruits :shrug:


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