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Rhizomorphs
    #3296587 - 10/30/04 09:20 AM (12 years, 11 months ago)

Just wondering about what benefits any Fungi get from rhizomorphs, does it help them transport nutrients quicker or something? What strains are more common for forming rhizomorphs?

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Re: Rhizomorphs [Re: arbalest]
    #3296727 - 10/30/04 10:44 AM (12 years, 11 months ago)

it means the myc has great strong aggressive growth...


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Re: Rhizomorphs [Re: dobinky]
    #3296755 - 10/30/04 11:05 AM (12 years, 11 months ago)

It's a great sign. I would equate it to the roots of a plant, the fungi will draw nutes and water through these rhizomorphs to feed the fruit bodies, resulting in very healthy and rather large fruit. Most cubes have rhizo mycellium but some of the best I have seen is the Amazon strain, but I haven't tried but a few strains yet.


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Re: Rhizomorphs [Re: woodzmun]
    #3297406 - 10/30/04 02:44 PM (12 years, 11 months ago)

does substrate matter?

my buddy has some brf cakes and some grains but the cakes are all rhizo'ed out compared to the super fluff of the grains.


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