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InvisibleBorealis
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Seattle Mycelium Transfer
    #3212180 - 10/04/04 01:57 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

I hope this is not a cultivation question, but I would like to transplant P. Cyanescens mycelium to my backyard and water it and give it loving care. Can someone please let me know what I need to do to make it fruit this season?


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InvisibleBorealis
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Re: Seattle Mycelium Transfer [Re: Borealis]
    #3212380 - 10/04/04 02:53 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

Nobody knows, how dry it is. Snap. :blush:


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Invisiblemjshroomer
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Re: Seattle Mycelium Transfer [Re: Borealis]
    #3212947 - 10/04/04 09:43 AM (13 years, 6 months ago)

First you would need to buy one yard of Alder Branches and or chips. Put over fresh topsoil laced with cardboard (corriegated) and then lay the mycelium from another site, which means you would have to dig up a bunch and spread it over the cardboard and then lay the woodchips around the area. Then wait till next fall.

Do not get caught taking bags of mycelia from a patch. Most public places it is actually illegal to take any plant materials for one self as they are the property of the city.

mj


And sometimes they do not always regrow in a transplanted patch but are easier to do so with P. azurescens for a few years.

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