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Re: Cubensis on Ryegrass seed?
    #285461 - 04/09/01 01:00 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

I got the seed from a hardware store and they specificly said it didn't have any pesticide, but I didn't think to ask about fungicide. I think it's ok though because the tamps ate it up. So what would I want to do with it if I was using cube spores, colonize a jar and case it? Will it form a solid cake that could be put in the terrium? Has anyone used ryegrass seed for cubensis before? Any tips would be appreciated.

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Re: Cubensis on Ryegrass seed? [Re: Submob]
    #289435 - 04/10/01 12:24 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Rye grass seed is desirable mainly for promoting scolera formation in P. Tamp's, but it doesn't hold moisture very well and clumps up much more than rye berries. You can use it to grow all sorts of PC's , but production tends to be low since the substrate can't hold much moisture. You can partially remedy this by doing a thicker casing and making sure to keep it good and moist till you're ready to set the pins. Personally , I wouldn't fool with it for PC's unless you just have a but load of it left over and can't easily locate rye.

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Re: Cubensis on Ryegrass seed? [Re: Submob]
    #289444 - 04/10/01 12:31 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

ryegrass is one of the most simplest substrates you can use. shake 1 time daily and you will see the mycelia colonizing rapidly. once mycelia has colonized let it colonize for about three mose days you will see why when you case. faster pinning and better yield. if the mycelia starts out more before casing you have a better chance of the casing not getting contaminated and more yields.
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