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Offlinedopemaster
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Would this work?
    #317042 - 05/14/01 05:09 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

I've been going on quite a few hikes in the woods lately trying to find a good place to grow pot. Anyway as I'm walking I see a lot of fallen trees and stumps in the ground. I was wondering if I could take a colonized cake, dig away some dirt form the bottom of the fallen tree, crumble the cake on the dead tree, and cover it back up with dirt. Would the part of the tree that's covered up by dirt colonize and eventually produce shroom? I'm not interested in consuming anything that would be produced but I thought it would be cool to have a patch of wild mushroom growing in the woods somewhere.

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Re: Would this work? [Re: dopemaster]
    #317636 - 05/15/01 02:52 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

If you grow Pcubs, no the cake won't colonize the deciduous tree, PC's are grain lovers...However if you just want outdoor mushies, something may pop up from the cake itself. Some strain are wood lovers, but I believe they may be harder to grow...

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Re: Would this work? [Re: dopemaster]
    #317680 - 05/15/01 03:44 AM (15 years, 6 months ago)

aahhh, yer talking about a demesticated shroom so it really wouldn't be wild, and a good place to grow pot is in the top of trees...nobody ever think to look there...

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