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PCP tek...puppy chow
    #1737379 - 07/22/03 05:48 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

Has anyone used the pcp (puppy chow & polymers) technique, or any variation of it utilizing puppy chow?
fFI ask because I want to try it, but on the ingredients list to purina puppy chow (wich is what was recommended in the shroomery document about it) Salt is listed.....If i am not mistaken, salt and fungus don't get along...where I live, farmers salt their fields to keep shrooms from growing.
I just want to know if anyone has used this method before I try it; I don't want all of my babies (that's what I call my shrooms) to die or to never grow at all due to the salt.

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Re: PCP tek...puppy chow [Re: teonacatl]
    #1737396 - 07/22/03 06:02 AM (14 years, 2 months ago)

every thing has salt in it to some degree, and i dont think the reason farmers may salt there fields is due to stoping mushrooms growing :-\


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Re: PCP tek...puppy chow [Re: Paid]
    #1739199 - 07/22/03 08:26 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

Salt does not stop them from growing. Where I live in south FL the farmers feed their cows oranges. You'll be lucky to find 1 shrooms on a huge cow feild with over 50 cows. The citric acid in the oranges prevents the shrooms from growing. You can tell soon as your close to the cow feild if you will find shrooms if it smells like oranges and cow shit, if you do ur shit out of luck. That's some Mr. Wizard shit for ur ass.

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Re: PCP tek...puppy chow [Re: DatDaNK420]
    #1739348 - 07/22/03 09:11 PM (14 years, 2 months ago)

Thanks for the tip.

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