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Re: Copelandia
    #273478 - 03/17/01 02:56 AM (22 years, 11 months ago)

Thanks, that's much help to me!!
Are the shrooms grown this way not thin like a needle?
Because I've heard from someone that only on manure or dung they are sized large enough for consumption!
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Re: Copelandia [Re: paddoholland]
    #273535 - 03/17/01 03:15 AM (22 years, 11 months ago)

as far as i know they shouldnt be thin, and the difference between growing them out on straw as opposed to manure shouldnt give you that much difference in results. but like i said thats as far as i know...

it also depends on what type of panaeolus species you are talking about (tropicalis, cyanescens, subalteatus, ect.)

if i were you i would try and pm ralphster...he is a very good guy, and he could def help you out alot with this info cause he seems to know his stuff on this species ;)

ralphster sorry if you mind me reffering you as a source of info, but i figured that you would be one of the best for this area...i dont want to go spreading false information, and since i have not had the privilage of a hands-on experience like you have i just thought it would be better...
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