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OfflineBaliquez
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Re: Feeding them
    #11362 - 04/06/00 06:10 PM (17 years, 28 days ago)

(Theoretically of course.) Please, someone answer. Im really curious.


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Re: Feeding them
    #11364 - 04/06/00 06:26 PM (17 years, 28 days ago)

no it wont work.
hmm.. sorry bout it.


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Re: Feeding them
    #11365 - 04/06/00 06:49 PM (17 years, 28 days ago)

At this point, the cakes have nutrient, all they need now is water..


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Re: Feeding them
    #11366 - 04/06/00 07:11 PM (17 years, 28 days ago)

Are sure they don't eat any part of the casing?

What about the rye grain "spawn" which is layered with straw in ShroomGod's Straw Tek? The myce grows all over the straw, multiplying and growing from each grain kernel apparently using more food that the grain alone would contain.

And how about in the field. The spores start in the warm, moist, dark belly of the cow, then expands exponentially after being dumped on the ground where it enters an aerobic phase. It seems like it "eats" the leftover nutrients in the cow pie.

Or the forest: the wood-loving species decompose and consume the log or whatever they are growing in.

Just some examples for discussion.. where's a mycologist when you need one?

Anyone?

By the way Baliquez, are you in Spain, Latin America, Philippines? That looks like a spanish name.



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Re: Feeding them
    #11367 - 04/06/00 08:12 PM (17 years, 28 days ago)

the reason that it won't work is that after a flush, the mycelium has switched to the fruiting stage, and is no longer in the vegative stage... maybe thats it, or maybe not, but it won't work, i've tried before :smile:


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Re: Feeding them
    #11368 - 04/06/00 08:41 PM (17 years, 28 days ago)

Whaaa? I tried using perlite instead of verm and it didn't work worth shit. I all clumped togther in one big ball when I shook it after inoculation. I was using the same method and everything.

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