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Re: Any success with P. tampanensis fruiting?
    #298952 - 04/26/01 06:00 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

My first batch is growing on rye grain, and is not producing any sclerotia in the casing layer. The isolated strain is producing on rye grass seed invitro. Still have a couple of months to go before harvest. The second flush is coming along on the rye grain. No cap developement from first flush though, crossing fingers for the second. These shrooms develope at a very slow rate compared with cubensis.
I will keep you informed, MPG.



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Re: Any success with P. tampanensis fruiting? [Re: ]
    #302808 - 04/26/01 06:41 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Thanks Teonan, what type of casing did you use, and how thick?
Within the next week, I'll be trying my hand at tamps on bird seed in quary jars. Any significant growing measures noticed would be greatly appreciated. It seems there has only been a hand full of people who have tried growing them, or at least posted about doing so, thanks alot for the information;)
Peace,
MPG



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Re: Any success with P. tampanensis fruiting? [Re: MPG]
    #303050 - 04/27/01 12:34 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Casing was peat:perlite no lime, sterilized in a cooking bag in the pressure cooker for 45 minutes at 15 P.S.I.. I used a thin casing layer of about 1/4inch, to a max of 1/2 inch.
They seem to like humidity for pinning, but need a fluctuating humidity for developement. I use a very simplified method to grow, and fanning consists of removing the clear lid of my cooler. They seem to grow in spurts, and over a long period.
One thing that really stands out about these small guys, is how dense they are. The stalks are like rocks, they are small but feel heavy. And they blue like Pan. tropicalis or Cop. cyans. Very dark bluing. They are very slow. If you read the P. mexicana site, they seem to have similar requirements overall. Wish the second flush luck, hoping to get at least a couple of prints for storage. Overall they pinned quick, and very plentiful, but never opened caps. hundreds, yes hundreds of shrooms about 1-2 inches tall, with caps at the largest 5 mm wide. Only one partialy opened but never fully.



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Re: Any success with P. tampanensis fruiting? [Re: ]
    #303069 - 04/27/01 12:55 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Maybe you should clone the one thats vail partially opened, for safe keeping. Good luck with your second flush. My prayers will be with your little guys.
Peace,
MPG




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Re: Any success with P. tampanensis fruiting? [Re: MPG]
    #303429 - 04/27/01 01:35 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

These casings are from a pure culture, isolated from a sporeworks syringe. Don't need to clone, already have stored duplicates in the refridge, just trying to get backup prints for long term storage.



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Re: Any success with P. tampanensis fruiting? [Re: ]
    #307033 - 05/01/01 10:52 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Second flush is doing much better. Size has increased a bit, do to less quantities of pins. A few of the faster ones have started to open caps. Going to let them start dropping spores before harvest, definetly going to get prints this time. Over all size is still pretty small, tallest one is about three inches, with a cap about 10 mm wide, it is still down curved though and is continuing to open and go flat. Second flush is less in quantity but not much less. Still over a hundred little guys.



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