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Hi. One of the things about woodlovers like Ps. cyanescens or azurescens is that it is theorized that they need the microbes in the soil to fruit which is why many of the fruits are on the boundary of the woodchips and the soil. Would it make sense to obtain some of the leaves/soil found outside and incubate it at 120 degrees F for several hours to help culture the microbes, and then to use that as a casing layer? Has this been tried before?
Also, quick unrelated question that I could probably use search function for, but I was just wondering what the max temperature is for Ps. cyanescens in an outdoor bed. It hit 100 degrees F here for a couple of days and I'm wondering if the mycelium will be okay.
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