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this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) * 1
    #338217 - 06/11/01 04:51 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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so....i finally have all of the pics together. Here it is:

The patch is located in the back of a garden under a maple tree. First a hole is dug in the ground. Dimensions are approx 50 x 70 cm and 25 cm deep.





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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338219 - 06/11/01 04:53 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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the bed consists of small woodchips (soaked for 24 hours). When these are drained they are ready for use.





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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338221 - 06/11/01 04:58 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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and bigger chunks of wood. These are also soaked (but longer, one week) and drained.



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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338222 - 06/11/01 05:00 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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first a layer of small chips is filled into the bed. These are then mixed with spawn.



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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338224 - 06/11/01 05:03 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338228 - 06/11/01 05:10 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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a layer of big chunks is added.



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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338230 - 06/11/01 05:15 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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More small chips and spawn are added, another layer of big chunks is added and finally this is topped with another layer of small chips and spawn.



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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338238 - 06/11/01 05:19 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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Finally a layer of soil (50/50 garden dirt/potting soil) is put over the bed. Then the bed is given a watering.



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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338247 - 06/11/01 05:25 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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the bed is covered with plastic.




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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338250 - 06/11/01 05:28 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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After two weeks mycelium is popping through the "casing layer"




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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338254 - 06/11/01 05:33 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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Rhizomorphs!!!



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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338256 - 06/11/01 05:49 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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an extra layer of potting soil is added..



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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338260 - 06/11/01 05:56 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)

Looking good!


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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338269 - 06/11/01 06:03 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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and grass is sown on the bed.




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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338461 - 06/12/01 02:42 AM (21 years, 3 months ago)

Nice.... I'd love to see pics of how well those azures turn out ; )

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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #338901 - 06/12/01 01:10 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)

Okay Una, gogogogogogogogogogogogogogogo!!!!!
You are having a nice pictorial, 45 mins of work? I suppose making that azure bed doesn't go as fast as making this!!

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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: paddoholland]
    #339039 - 06/12/01 07:03 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)

I can't wait to see the fruiting. Good work. Keep it up:)

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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Glacius]
    #342648 - 06/17/01 01:50 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)

I'm glad to report that we have germination! (of the grass seed that is). Tiny green sprouts are now covering the entire bed. I wonder how long it takes before the entire bed is covered (i'm more into growing mushrooms than growing grass :wink:).

On the sides of the beds you can see the mycelium popping though, my god, that bohemica mycelium is rhizomorphic, very thich threads that are alomst elastic. It has started to consume the larger wood chunks as well.

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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #342652 - 06/17/01 02:00 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)
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Here's a pic i forgot to post. Four bags of azurescens spawn. These were used to create the bed described above.



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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #395762 - 09/16/01 08:44 PM (21 years, 13 days ago)

are there no pics of the final results? i found your pictorial educational but i'd love to see fruits.



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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Floydster]
    #395769 - 09/16/01 08:50 PM (21 years, 13 days ago)

No fruits yet, but it's still too early. Temperatures haven't dropped enough to trigger fruiting.
The grass has died, i guess the spot was just too dark for grass to grow. The soil however is fully permeated with white rhizomorphic strands of mycelium.
As soon as there are fruits i will post pics :smile:

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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #621180 - 04/28/02 06:38 PM (20 years, 4 months ago)

So when do you expect to see fruits from this?


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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #622037 - 04/29/02 04:14 PM (20 years, 4 months ago)

The patch looks great except for the casing layer. The only place that we had no flying saucers s fruiting last year was the place which was covered with soil. Just give them raw chips. I have no idea why the soil didn't work, but I *think* that it blocks the flow of oxygen to the mycelium. The trick with cultivating this brand of teonanacatl is to not make the patches too deep (five inch max) while at the same time prevent it from drying out. I suggest to mix the chips with wet bibles and piss on it (ureum, nitrogen source) for the very best quality of gods flesh.

I would also use the big wood chunks on top: the sawdust is merely to allow the mycelium to run through while the mushroom bouquets fruit from the larger chunks. And be prepared for the mushrooms to fruit far away from the bed!

Make sure that no grain spawn ends up in the bed. Rodents love it more than the mycelium does. And watch out for primordia eating snails in the fall!

This year I hope to have a fruiting from the weirdest experiment ever: a spawn filled coconut which hangs on the ceiling of my balcony. I wonder if the mushrooms will fruit from the nut? I love to go nuts this way.

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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Yachaj]
    #622053 - 04/29/02 04:57 PM (20 years, 4 months ago)

Another big disadvantage of soil on top of an azure bed is the risk for Sulphur Tuft (Hypholoma fasciculare). This mushroom is as bitter as azurescens, toxic (can be deadly) but with an even more agressive mycelium than azurescens (I have seen sulfur tufts coming up from pots of house plants in the living room). It starts in soil but is able to grow through woodchips. Normally, sulfur tufts are bright yellow so they should be easy to spot. But I *have* seen brown varieties of it. And I have no idea if they still can be recognized when they are dried and mixed in a pile of also dried azu's.

If somebody makes a bag of woodchip spawn for sale by digging up chips from his own patch and mix it with fresh chips then a contamination with sulfur tuft mycelium can not be spotted until the mushrooms come up.

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    #622709 - 04/30/02 08:32 AM (20 years, 4 months ago)

Exactly! Did they or not? I wan't to know.


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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Baby_Hitler]
    #622914 - 04/30/02 01:54 PM (20 years, 4 months ago)

i think there are pics on their site - im notu sure


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    #622940 - 04/30/02 03:41 PM (20 years, 4 months ago)

As far I know it didn?t fruit last year.


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    #625502 - 05/03/02 02:37 PM (20 years, 4 months ago)

yachaj: i have had them growing in almost half the spiderplant pots i had on my patio at one time.


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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #1257854 - 01/29/03 03:45 PM (19 years, 7 months ago)

Do you always use 2 liters of spawn for a bed of 50 x 70 cm? This seems a lot to me. What about Cubensis , do I need 4 spawnbags per half square meter too? (For outdoors)
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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: JazzMatazz]
    #1257976 - 01/29/03 04:26 PM (19 years, 7 months ago)

sure you want to go outdoors with cubies? last time i checked, geneva was not exactly "subtropical". i live in a temperate climate myself, and i'm going to try making outdoor beds in the spring with "psy hispanica". apparently, it should be relatively easy to fruit this in outdoor beds (dung/straw based) in temperate climates. this, of course, in addition to preparing more outdoor beds of the woodlover types: cyans and azures. if you want your outdoor beds to have a chance of fruiting in the fall, you need to get your span ready soon :tongue: 


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    #1260533 - 01/30/03 12:11 PM (19 years, 7 months ago)

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last time i checked, geneva was not exactly "subtropical"



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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: JazzMatazz]
    #1260611 - 01/30/03 12:49 PM (19 years, 7 months ago)

Right.
It works in Germany (My Pcs fruited in end of May),
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    #1260662 - 01/30/03 01:15 PM (19 years, 7 months ago)

ok, do let me know how your outdoor projects go :laugh: 


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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: Una]
    #1260676 - 01/30/03 01:22 PM (19 years, 7 months ago)

Why is an extra layer of soil added?


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    #1260768 - 01/30/03 01:58 PM (19 years, 7 months ago)

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ok, do let me know how your outdoor projects go 



OK, so I owe you a growlog!  (Switzerland is warmer than Germany!!!  :tongue:


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    #1260975 - 01/30/03 03:21 PM (19 years, 7 months ago)

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Why is an extra layer of soil added? 



that kinda got me too . seems like a bad idea to me . :confused:
if you want to grow grass over the top of the bed to hold in moisture, select a variety that grows in shade, mix the seed with 50/50 cilica sand and moist peat, and sprinkle only a thin layer, not enuogh to cover the chips .
the decaying wood will support the grass just fine .
you can add an inch of wood chips next spring, or early summer and the grass and mushies will come up right through it . :wink: 


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Re: this is how we made our azure bed (pictorial) [Re: JazzMatazz]
    #1261337 - 01/30/03 05:24 PM (19 years, 7 months ago)

agreed :grin: i shall be looking out for the swiss and german outdoors cubies growlogs :laugh: 


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looking out for the swiss and german outdoors cubies growlogs 



That would be the revival of "made in Germany" as a trademark of good craftsmanship.  :wink:  (I hope!!!) 


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:grin: :grin: :grin: 


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