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Re: semilanceata madness [Re: bacillus]
    #24973160 - 02/07/18 08:56 AM (7 months, 11 days ago)

Nice to see you trying with P.Semillanceata beachbum2, LizardWizard and Astoriensis.

LizardWizard, i think our sponsors might have a print you can buy.
If not i might have an older sporeprint somewhere.

Potency of P.S. varies between very good and exeptionally good.
Never experienced any that wasn´t in this range.

I think you shouldn´t use horse manure that have leeched/weathered out too much.
If you think about it, they grow on new grasslawns where the soil has been fertilised prior to sowing the grass.
After they appear in great numbers they will decline in numbers every year/season.
It´s clear that whatever made them grow in huge numbers is decreasing every year.
Probably it´s the fertilizers that get used up and leeched by rain more as time goes.

I would also love trying some P.S. but have so little time now.
They have allways been the holy grail for me, so suceeding to grow these either in or outdoors would mean a lot.
I might have time to try it sometime, but sadly not right now.


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Re: semilanceata madness [Re: Mateo] * 1
    #24983193 - 02/10/18 03:36 PM (7 months, 8 days ago)

I never knew it would be so difficult to cultivate these? I have dealt with a print of these but pretty much passed it on eventually without ever really getting into it - I did try Pan Cyan around that time.

Couldn't you like ingest spores and simulate the whole cow digestive tract activation thing that way? I realize it is not appetizing to think about using your poop for cultivation but hey it seems like it would be a pseudo-natural thing... Then again we don't have the number of stomachs that cows have and nobody is going to pass them multiple times.

I guess I am starting to see the point of the human centipede though, who knew?


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Re: semilanceata madness [Re: Solipsis]
    #24983753 - 02/10/18 07:37 PM (7 months, 7 days ago)

@solipsis ... i think it would be a better idea/experience to feed a dog the spores and go down that route... theres nastys like e-coli in human turd!


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Re: semilanceata madness [Re: Charlieman]
    #24983917 - 02/10/18 08:43 PM (7 months, 7 days ago)

I have guinea pigs lol


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Re: semilanceata madness [Re: myceliups]
    #24989750 - 02/12/18 09:39 PM (7 months, 5 days ago)

Like actual guinea pigs? Or willing humans? Because if its option b ... thats just wrong man.... thats like worse than dealing with ones own waste :smile:


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Re: semilanceata madness [Re: Charlieman]
    #24989850 - 02/12/18 10:20 PM (7 months, 5 days ago)

Actual guinea pigs lol.. And probably could find an option B lol


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Re: semilanceata madness [Re: myceliups]
    #24990531 - 02/13/18 05:14 AM (7 months, 5 days ago)

jokes aside..yeah I think guinea pigs would be good carriers.. they pop a lil pellet out like every 30 seconds


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