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Invisibletheshiftingwalls
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Project "Spreading wood loving actives" 2004-2009
    #2169569 - 12/08/03 08:13 PM (13 years, 6 days ago)

Before the global warming kills the Azures in about 15/20 years or so. That means no more natural azures in oregon/washington sate. Plus I heard a rumor they are spraying fungicides in Oregon and southren Washington also.

I am trying to make Ps. Azure to invade the Northren PNW in Canada (lower mainland B.C.). So in about 10 years Azures will be growing rampant in mulch all over Vancouver BC. I also know for a fact that Azures can be naturally supported in this type of Ecosystem. So when the Azures die in the states, they will be growing like insane in the Canada part of the PNW. Also due to global warming, the lowermain land will have weather more similar to southren Washington in about 15/20 years.

Starting with only 1 myco bag using 1 azure syringe.
Making woodlogs out of 2 liter bottles I will do this.
I plan on making tons 2 liter bottles with maple chips inside them to expand the the spawn (I have unlimited access to woodchips) . I am going to build spawn and expand it to the max, hopefully I will end up with 100 clonized bottles by April.

Everyone knows that azure spawn is very vigrious, aggressive and will kill other species it encounters. I am going to make this project souly on spread azure myc through various methods to the PNW part of Canada. So Azure will become an invader of Vancouver soon enough.
Then in about 7 years from now, the azure spores will start naturally  in Vancouver mulch beds. Thus introducing Azure to the lowermain land  for final :cool:. I will also keep adding spawn to the area for the next 5 years.

Any donations of azure spores would help this project lots.

Various ways of spreading azure spawn :

A) I plan on spreading the spawn by going out and looking for wood mulch around the lowermain land. Via libaries, offices, parks, gardens and forests.

B) Going to garden centres and dumping the azure spawn in outdoor hardwood mulch piles (its like a big pile of hardwood mulch that you use a sovel and purchase large amounts thats you put in the cab of your truck for land scaping).

C) Going to shore line and putitng azure spawn in hardwood drift wood patches.

Any comments?


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Re: Project "saving Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2169583 - 12/08/03 08:21 PM (13 years, 6 days ago)

Interesting theory. However extremely unlikely and unfounded. What is your basis for the conjecture that azures will be extinct in the PNW? Also, I don't believe that the state is spreading large amounts of fungicide onto natural land.

Please don't report unfounded conjecture. Or at least cite your sources.


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Re: Project "saving Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2169590 - 12/08/03 08:23 PM (13 years, 6 days ago)

Wow, you would be the Man!  :thumbup:

:smile:


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Re: Project "saving Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: kindkesey]
    #2169600 - 12/08/03 08:26 PM (13 years, 6 days ago)

Yeah, don't let me discourage you from your experiments, as they might be fun and fruitful. However claiming that azures will be extinct because of weather conditions doesn't make sense.


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Re: Project "saving Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2169658 - 12/08/03 08:54 PM (13 years, 6 days ago)

What you're doing is cool. Keep it up.

But global warming doesn't wipe out the azurescens in the PNW, in fact, it does spread on into the CSW and along the coasts of the California Sea.

Cubensis also spreads on into Kansas, Tennessee, and southern Kentucky.

Trust me, I'm from the future.


Actually I'm not from the future, but I did lived there for a while.


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Re: Project "saving Azure" 2004-2009 *DELETED* [Re: Baby_Hitler]
    #2169684 - 12/08/03 09:03 PM (13 years, 6 days ago)

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Invisibletheshiftingwalls
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Re: Project "saving Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: Baby_Hitler]
    #2169720 - 12/08/03 09:15 PM (13 years, 6 days ago)

It will get sooo hot in 20 years that Vancouver would be likes southren Washington. Seattle would be more like northren Oregon.

So I am just speeding the process :smile:.

It will never go dead as a natural species. It will be so hot in Oregon in 20 years. So azures probably will have to move out more north naturally. So Seattle will be prime in natural Azures in about 15 years :smile:.

But Azures will be in the lower-main land in 5 years!!! :laugh: :lol:


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Re: Project "saving Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: MeetMeInEleusis]
    #2169750 - 12/08/03 09:23 PM (13 years, 6 days ago)

In Wisconsin, Psilocybe azurescens was introduced. Im just in the northren PNW. I know it will work better here if it worked in Wisconsin :rolleyes:.

Bound to work.


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Re: Project "saving Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2169771 - 12/08/03 09:31 PM (13 years, 6 days ago)

thats a good idea regardles of what happens to the temperature's(where are the sources for this btw). spread them evreywhere!! i hope you will make it :smile:


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Re: Project "saving Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: buckwheat]
    #2170665 - 12/09/03 03:57 AM (13 years, 5 days ago)

eh, plus there is no substantial scientific evidence that global warming even exists...maybe in 10-20 years there will be a global cooling effect and San Diego will be the hotspot for azures...


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Re: Project "saving Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2170722 - 12/09/03 04:31 AM (13 years, 5 days ago)

Azures won't die. We're spreading them all over the world. :lol: (laugh of a mad scientist)
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Re: Project "spreading Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: zeronio]
    #2170769 - 12/09/03 08:55 AM (13 years, 5 days ago)

Maybe you are right, that if the weather doesnt change that much the azures will stay natural in Oregon. I think I should change the project name to "spreading Azure".

No matter what I am still moving the species to the PNW of Canada :wink:. Maybe might even start moving down the boarder into northren Washington. Then all of the PNW will have azures growing everywhere :smile:.


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Re: Project "spreading Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2170783 - 12/09/03 11:52 AM (13 years, 5 days ago)

I would like to know how far south and east that the Azures will grow . I have heard about Ohio, Wisconsin ,what bout our southern states like Tn n perhaps Ky?


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Re: Project "spreading Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: 284_27]
    #2170808 - 12/10/03 12:29 AM (13 years, 5 days ago)

I will donate spores to anyone who will follow my TEK in the following areas. We can all report in 5 years and see if we get anywhere. We can all update once a year.

Newzealand, Japan, UK, Northren Europe and Southren Australia (only 20 miles in from coast). I am very serious on making Azure an invader all over the world. Now lets do this myco op :laugh:!!

Project "spreading Azure" 2004-2009 has commenced :cool:.


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Re: Project "spreading Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2179146 - 12/15/03 11:41 AM (12 years, 11 months ago)

good luck, i salute you. :thumbup: :smile:


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Re: Project "spreading Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: theshiftingwalls]
    #2179548 - 12/15/03 02:48 PM (12 years, 11 months ago)

this is cool of you to do. i wish you luck.

i don't have anymore azure spores, but i do have something better.

if you swear on your left nut that you really are going to spread the mycelium and not sell anything donated to you, pm me and i'll help you out.


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Re: Project "spreading Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: eric_the_red]
    #2179635 - 12/15/03 03:22 PM (12 years, 11 months ago)

I know 7 acres of land in New England that are going to be knee deep in Azures this summer.


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Re: Project "spreading Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: JetBlackNinja]
    #2180198 - 12/15/03 06:52 PM (12 years, 11 months ago)

Quote:

I know 7 acres of land in New England that are going to be knee deep in Azures this summer.


WHOA!?!


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Re: Project "spreading Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: pleezr]
    #2180254 - 12/15/03 07:09 PM (12 years, 11 months ago)

Sounds like a fun idea, good luck, but someone has to say it:

Introduction of a foreign species into a new habitat, how could it go wrong, sounds perfect. Yet, even if it seems like it's just harmless, rememer that sane ideas have resulted in horrible outcomes. The cane toad in australia, introduced to help farmers, messed up the enviroment a lot. Foxes and rat's and pigs introduced to various islands by the early sailors, resulting in the extinction of many species (ex. the Dodo bird.)

Just remember, while it might not, it could have devastating unforeseen results.

Only playing the devil's advocate here, good luck anyways.


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Re: Project "spreading Azure" 2004-2009 [Re: flubbilynumpkins]
    #2180291 - 12/15/03 07:20 PM (12 years, 11 months ago)

True... If the Azures start to kill native species in 10 years, then im in deep trouble.

But hey, azures are better then nothing :tongue:.

BTW the lower-main land has hardly any native Ps. Cyans left. So the azures will replace the cyans.

This is my funniest project I might add :tongue:.

Wish me luck :smile:.


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