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please help ... mexi-cub?
    #3075901 - 09/01/04 12:08 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

hey i got a couple questions about the mexi-cub strain ....

- it grows in 50-90 deg fahrenheit?
- what kind of potency?
- what kind of substrate does it grow best in? straw? grain? wood?


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Re: please help ... mexi-cub? [Re: thechrizonic]
    #3075910 - 09/01/04 12:11 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

its a cub... it fruits best between 70-75 f. medium potency. and it grows on pf cakes..... u really need to read more.

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Re: please help ... mexi-cub? [Re: mycopsycho]
    #3076072 - 09/01/04 12:47 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

i realize that most cubes will not thrive in temperatures as low as 50F ...

but here is ralphsters describtion of mexi-cub:



A very beautiful mushroom always giving us beautiful spotted caps, usually of a nice yellowish color instead of your typical cubensis golden tan color. Sometimes it even throws off some orangish colored spotted caps. It tends to grow with smaller stems and rather large caps compared to its stem. A rather fast strain, and very easy to grow. It does exceptionally well cased, and will continue to flush over and over within a week of each other. Although not a giant sized mushroom, it produces an abundance of mushrooms continually. You can usually count on a minimum of 4 really good flushes from this strain, and sometimes more. Another nice key feature about this cubensis, as that it fruits well in cooler temps of 50F, but also grows like all other cubensis at the higher temps of 75F-85F.

so, if you have the information, could you please answer my questions?

thanks again

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