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OfflineRichard_D_James
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Question about Pan Cyan substrates
    #320448 - 05/18/01 10:01 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Back on the donkey I read a recipe for pan cyan substrates which didn't require spawing compost later on. I think Ano may have posted. If so ano, can you please repost? I find working with poop hard. Im probably not doing it right.

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Re: Question about Pan Cyan substrates [Re: Richard_D_James]
    #320451 - 05/18/01 10:05 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

For 1 pint jar:
40 ml vermiculite
40 ml rye grass seed
145 ml dried cow dung
125 ml water

Mix well, pressure cook for 1 hour.

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Re: Question about Pan Cyan substrates [Re: Richard_D_James]
    #320476 - 05/18/01 10:37 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

They grow on straight rye grain with a very thin casing layer of peat and perlite or vermiculite. The mushrooms are just smaller. But the quantity almost makes up for the small size. If you are not worried about spore prints, rye grain works good.



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Re: Question about Pan Cyan substrates [Re: Richard_D_James]
    #320518 - 05/18/01 11:46 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

Ano... thanks a lot! One last question...

The poop - should it be fresh? composted? will zoodoo work?



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Re: Question about Pan Cyan substrates [Re: Richard_D_James]
    #321744 - 05/20/01 05:01 PM (15 years, 6 months ago)

A worm castings/pastuerized straw substrate works as well. Its also good for cubs.

Thin peat/lime casing, 4:1 respectively. Just barely cover the substrate.



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