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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: Ferather]
    #25917173 - 04/05/19 11:19 AM (20 days, 3 hours ago)

That's only my personal experience with PNW ovoid flush cycles.

I can't speak for the rest of the country.


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: Mr Piggy]
    #25917187 - 04/05/19 11:28 AM (20 days, 3 hours ago)

Fair enough, still taking notes in-case I see a pattern.


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: Ferather] * 1
    #25919518 - 04/06/19 04:18 PM (18 days, 22 hours ago)



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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: TheDuder]
    #25919630 - 04/06/19 05:29 PM (18 days, 21 hours ago)

Ok I need some advice.  I was late in getting some beds into the ground last year (cyans and azzies) and I have some beds that are pretty well colonised but that did not fruit last fall.  Now I don't know if I should amend them by mixing in fresh sub material (colonised course sawdust mixed with chips) or if I should just use the new sub material to spawn new patches.  Then I could just mix in additional uncolonized substrate into the older patches.  Or I could leave the older patches alone entirely.

Any ideas here?  I really don't want to fuck up the existing ones but I feel like they will need something more to eat over the next 6 months.


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: LeftSideDriver] * 2
    #25919717 - 04/06/19 06:17 PM (18 days, 20 hours ago)

It's important that they eat all the wood and have no more food for like long time so they can fruit.
Smaller beds/tubs/trays fruit earlier then bigger/biggest beds... Last year the smallest Psilocybe Allenii bed was made later then all other Allenii beds it fruit early much mushrooms and some of other beds didn't fruit like your beds also Allenii same culture!
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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: BU4O]
    #25920707 - 04/07/19 07:29 AM (18 days, 7 hours ago)

On the other hand, my friend had Azzies and the sub was barely, or not even fully colonized when they started fruiting. Weird shit, I was surprised myself.


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: Adas] * 2
    #25922334 - 04/08/19 05:05 AM (17 days, 9 hours ago)

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On the other hand, my friend had Azzies and the sub was barely, or not even fully colonized when they started fruiting. Weird shit, I was surprised myself.





That can be because of contamination, thosa can be act as a barrier :\


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: Bobbit]
    #25922435 - 04/08/19 08:21 AM (17 days, 6 hours ago)

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Hi bob,

I've only been playing with p.subaeruginosa, and don't pasurise woodchips. Soaking seems adequate and myc seems to leap at them. Layering rather than mixing seems to keep the myc moving real fast.

I'm by no means an expert, and am still waiting outdoor fruit, though i have successfully generated a heap of mycellium.

Currently colonising some moricz style p.allenii flower pots, 1:1:1 pin oak mulch:chestnut mulch:aspen pet bedding from some rye grain spawn. I only soaked the wood overnight, strained, spawned in layers. No mould anywhere myc seems to be having a ball. Left coverred with mesh (bloody slugs) in a well shaded outdoor alley. Sources of green mouldy failed oyster experiments close by, no problem.
Mulch is whole (bark inckuded) and has from dust to dime sized all mixed together.




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Stupid Hardiness Zone Question [Re: Robert Bobsky]
    #25922438 - 04/08/19 08:23 AM (17 days, 6 hours ago)

HI,
I have a hardiness zone question:

I read that the best zones are 6, 7 and 8 with possible zone 5

What about zone 9?

Too warm for P. Azurescens?

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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: moricz]
    #25922959 - 04/08/19 01:31 PM (17 days, 1 hour ago)

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moricz said:
Quote:

Adas said:
On the other hand, my friend had Azzies and the sub was barely, or not even fully colonized when they started fruiting. Weird shit, I was surprised myself.





That can be because of contamination, thosa can be act as a barrier :\




Easily. We used some wood from the forest, so it could have had some contam. However I believe the Azzy ate all of it eventually.


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Re: Stupid Hardiness Zone Question [Re: Robert Bobsky]
    #25923059 - 04/08/19 02:22 PM (17 days, 13 minutes ago)

Saw them fruiting in 65 degrees and warm rain last fall. I don't think temperature is as much of a requirement as many make it out to be. That is not to say they don't need cool weather; just that I don't believe it to be a dealbreaker.


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: BU4O]
    #25923211 - 04/08/19 03:51 PM (16 days, 22 hours ago)

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It's important that they eat all the wood and have no more food for like long time so they can fruit.
Smaller beds/tubs/trays fruit earlier then bigger/biggest beds... Last year the smallest Psilocybe Allenii bed was made later then all other Allenii beds it fruit early much mushrooms and some of other beds didn't fruit like your beds also Allenii same culture!
Here's your answer.



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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: LeftSideDriver]
    #25924331 - 04/09/19 08:04 AM (16 days, 6 hours ago)


Back on topic...
They're growing so fast and so close to each other that they are pressing themselves! I don't know why they do grow like that because despite I cut off the plastic tubs they continue to do so.
Some even grow down not up towards the rain water.
It's crazy how they look.
It's raining hard this past days and this week supposed to be raining.
Do I have to wait before I cut some because I don't know how much big they grow?


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: BU4O]
    #25927068 - 04/10/19 04:53 PM (14 days, 21 hours ago)

Azure project:

The same thing happens that happens to oysters on 100% paper using a tiny paper sample, It's going to take ~4 months to get vigorous growth.
Using about 4% fast release starch based spawn, full colonization takes no more than 3 weeks, the result is the same with Azures.

I now have two tasks, produce starch based spawn, and try an enriched wood substrate instead of paper (phenols-other).

Note: lignicolous mycelium can-do germinate on phenols-other (spores contain almost no starter resources).

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The wood WL-Tek edition will allow more types of spawn to be used (e.g. card), but may germinate molds-other.
The paper WL-Tek edition will reduce air based contamination vectors, but requires starch based spawn.

The wood pellets I am using produce very little water extractives (limited phenols-other).

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Here is some low nutrition brown card, with WL-Tek modified pine wood pellets on top.

   

   


Here is WL-Tek paper using 2% starch based spawn, 1.5 weeks.

   

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Extra note:

To germinate Cubensis on WL-Tek (100% paper), I needed to add sucrose (soluble sugar, carbon source).
Instead of adding it the whole media, I made a peg and solution using a syringe.

   


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: BU4O]
    #25927232 - 04/10/19 06:31 PM (14 days, 20 hours ago)

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Back on topic...
They're growing so fast and so close to each other that they are pressing themselves! I don't know why they do grow like that because despite I cut off the plastic tubs they continue to do so.
Some even grow down not up towards the rain water.
It's crazy how they look.
It's raining hard this past days and this week supposed to be raining.
Do I have to wait before I cut some because I don't know how much big they grow?




the grow close to the edge and under due to longer cold temps and wall temps.

This year im gonna try and have them open and have as much surface area as possible.




let them grow.
caps look heathy
but you can maybe take the cakes out but have to be carful not to disturb


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: AzzA] * 1
    #25927236 - 04/10/19 06:34 PM (14 days, 20 hours ago)

Kinda like this but different;

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Warrk said:
This post has been edited to compress the whole thread into "rehash"(AzzA)

And then the sub babies finally emerged, in late May which is autumn for us folks in the southern hemisphere.



In June this is what I got.



Some serious sidepinning in July.



The view in August.




I mist several times every day with rain water and in the past few days have noticed mycelium growing next to the glass... one of the benefits of using a fish tank in this tek :smile:

I'm hoping I will have success with fruiting next year. During the summer months I may bring the fish tank inside, will make a nice display of greenery in the house. If all else fails at least I'll have a nice terrarium out of this.




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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: AzzA] * 2
    #25931793 - 04/13/19 05:45 AM (12 days, 8 hours ago)


They like the rain and my country climate!
Little update on the tubs,enjoy ppl.


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: BU4O]
    #25931826 - 04/13/19 06:57 AM (12 days, 7 hours ago)

Cubensis project (in relation to my previous posts, project still on pause):

Here are some images of my Burma on T-Gel agar (plain, no other additives), the first three are from 5 weeks ago, the last three are today.
The temperature is ~8°C, and the Cubensis has produced white-rot, due to enzymes-reactants (see here).

Decay and absorption goes beyond the physical mycelium, it's also producing heat.

       

       

The end pH is around 6.0, using hard water, (more here).


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: BU4O]
    #25932193 - 04/13/19 12:00 PM (12 days, 2 hours ago)

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Back on topic...
They're growing so fast and so close to each other that they are pressing themselves! I don't know why they do grow like that because despite I cut off the plastic tubs they continue to do so.
Some even grow down not up towards the rain water.
It's crazy how they look.
It's raining hard this past days and this week supposed to be raining.
Do I have to wait before I cut some because I don't know how much big they grow?



Fuck wanna do this!


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Re: The Official Woodlovers Thread [Re: BU4O] * 1
    #25932513 - 04/13/19 03:26 PM (11 days, 23 hours ago)

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They like the rain and my country climate!
Little update on the tubs,enjoy ppl.



Its cool how strong they can be and or navigate the air holes.

Are you going up open up the cake more so it can get more exposer and fruit-able surface area??


Not quite cold yet but thought i'd try and coax some pins..
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