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I would have started a month ago, and kept the spot moist for spore germination, and spread of mycelium.
Psilocybe subaeruginosa season is well and truly happening in Victoria, and SA shouldn't be too far behind.
pretty much as you have described, just spray spores over an area of prepared woodchips. I probably would have started even earlier with pasteurised woodchips in a container to allow good colonisation, and then spread that amongst your prepared bed.
Sounds like you're looking to start an outdoor patch. You may have much better luck germinating your spores and colonizing some wood chips to 'plant' in a spot you think they'd do well in... or a pot at home! ...I found this thread to be an excellent resource.
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