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a few oysters
    #2386318 - 02/28/04 12:04 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

here's some p. pulmonarius growing from a bread bag ala Bi0Tek :wink:, got lots of pins for how little substrate I used, there's another clump coming out of the back.  Hopefully a few can grow to a decent size.  Seems to be a pretty good strain, just figured I'd post a pic :smile:


 
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Re: a few oysters [Re: spores]
    #2386351 - 02/28/04 12:24 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Really nice ! Where did you get that strain from and what is the substrate ?


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Re: a few oysters [Re: ragadinks]
    #2386372 - 02/28/04 12:36 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

oi raga, thanks :smile:

I got the strain in a trade with a poster called Floyd_, not sure where he got it.  I couldn't get your pulmonarius to take :frown:, but have some jars of your p. ostreatus that should be done in a few days.  It's even faster than this pulmonarius strain, will be interesting to see how it fruits.  Substrate is alder woodchips/sawdust spawned with a pint of colonized finch seed.  Mixed the spawn and chips on the 8th, so it was about a month total from first inoculation to fruits, not bad :smile: .  Here's a few more shots of them:







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Re: a few oysters [Re: spores]
    #2386483 - 02/28/04 01:41 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

It's a pity that the pulmonaris did not work out. On what substrate are you going to grow the p. ostreatus ? I have grown them on spend coffee ground and it did take them a lot of time to get adapted to the substrate but about a week ago they started to fruit. Here are some pics. I like their color and firm flesh.














P.S.: Your incubation rubbermaid bins look almost like mine.


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Re: a few oysters [Re: spores]
    #2386664 - 02/28/04 03:34 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Love this stuff guys.

Thanks for sharing.


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Re: a few oysters [Re: ragadinks]
    #2388647 - 02/29/04 12:39 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

I think I'll just use the same substrate, probably try to make it a bit larger though.  The rubbermaid is home to a couple cubie casings (shhhh :wink: ), I just leave the oysters out in the air so they get air exchange without me fanning :smile:.  Here's some pics from today, I think I'll probly pull em tomorrow...







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Re: a few oysters [Re: spores]
    #2389461 - 02/29/04 10:36 PM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Bread bags work ok don't they.  :grin: Nice fruiting mate  :thumbup:


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Re: a few oysters [Re: Bi0TeK]
    #2390285 - 03/01/04 07:06 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Why bread ? I guess any bag should work, shouldn't it ?


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Re: a few oysters [Re: ragadinks]
    #2390509 - 03/01/04 10:22 AM (12 years, 9 months ago)

Yeah, I dig the bread bags man, good thinkin :wink:

Any bag will work, but everyone has bread bags around.

Here's the last update, probly let them go a little too long, but I need to get a clone on agar still anyway:





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