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Home cultivated Fly Agrics??
    #1636217 - 06/16/03 12:59 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

I was reading up on Bonsai trees here...


Amanita muscaria (Fly Agaric) grow in symbiosis with mosly pine, spruce, and birch trees. These are all impractical for the home cultivator.However Bonsai are a kind of miniature of those varieties.Bonsai's also usually come with alreday exposed roots.Would it not follow that it would be possible to introduce a liquid culture of Amanita muscaria to these roots in the hopes os germination??  Just a thought. I think it's possible but then what do I know? I present it to you my fellow shroomery members .....please be honest if you think this is waaaaay off the wall. :smirk:   


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Re: Home cultivated Fly Agrics?? [Re: Amanita_Dreamer]
    #1636293 - 06/16/03 01:59 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

The problem with Bonsai is that it's very old and it will be hard to introduce a new fungus to it. It would be better to inoculate young seedlings of these trees.
Eric Danell had some success with mycorrhizal cantharelles. He fruited them in a pot with pine seedling that was no more then a foot tall.

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Re: Home cultivated Fly Agrics?? [Re: Amanita_Dreamer]
    #1636329 - 06/16/03 02:17 AM (14 years, 5 months ago)

I think the mycelia is supposedly easy to cultivate on grain. It may be practical to make an extraction from that.


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