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Casing edible mushrooms? Oysters and Hericium
    #26342442 - 11/24/19 02:59 PM (1 year, 3 months ago)

Had a success with hericium, but it fruited in jars. How do you make it to not to pin inside a jar? Is it possible to case it with coconut wastes ?

And with oysters, jar with grain can be cased with coconut waste/coffee waste? Should it be pasteurized or sterilized is ok? I just transferred it from agar to grain and thinking how to get most of it. LC is still a bitch for me. It just always contaminates in my new "lab" and get blurry.


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Re: Casing edible mushrooms? Oysters and Hericium [Re: Mycellenium]
    #26342848 - 11/24/19 06:00 PM (1 year, 3 months ago)

In my experience, Hericium makes primordia all over the substrate when conditions are right. I've never seen hericium cased.
If you expose only a small area to the right conditions, you'll encourage it to fruit there.

I've cased Pleurotus eryngii but didn't notice an increase in yield. also, it's annoying to get the casing layer off the fruits.
regular oysters don't need a casing layer either. however, it is usefull to retain moisture close to the substrate to induce primordia formation.
I've done it for very small substrates and it works. I've used straight vermiculite but also pasteurized coir etc.

Good luck.


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