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OfflineMycoJunkie
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65-71` F = Shroom killing temperatures?
    #3491571 - 12/13/04 04:02 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Im in Texas right now. During the nights it gets into the 40s or so. I was wondering if my shrooms would still grow at 65-71 degrees F?


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Re: 65-71` F = Shroom killing temperatures? [Re: MycoJunkie]
    #3491595 - 12/13/04 04:07 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

I dont know.


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Re: 65-71` F = Shroom killing temperatures? [Re: Psychoslut]
    #3491615 - 12/13/04 04:11 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

they'll be fine. 65 is getting pretty low, but my friend found some jars under his bed that he had forgotten about, and the mushrooms had fruited invitro. and they were sitting under his bed at room temp. this is alaska.


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Re: 65-71` F = Shroom killing temperatures? [Re: blueloon]
    #3491805 - 12/13/04 04:48 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

Hell YES.They will be ok. I'm in S.Texas.Tempature is droppong to 40f tonight.Will slow things down but not gona stop it.

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Re: 65-71` F = Shroom killing temperatures? [Re: blueloon]
    #3491926 - 12/13/04 05:06 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

(Food for thought... A cows anus is 98.6F, so is all of her 7 stomachs. Mycelium doesn't grow overnight, it starts growth within the cows digestive track, once exposed to the atmosphere and cooling night temps, after baking/incubating in direct sunlight after a day or two, you see the fruits come out. You also have a constant 88F temp in the patty as it continued to be digested/decompose.)

(More food for thought. Most mushrooms are spring/fall lovers. Avg night temps are 55F-65F depending on location. Mushrooms will trigger at temp drops, and will retard at low temps, not growing as fast, waiting for the next warm day to explode. You can freeze mycelum and spores as storage down to -150F safely, (Liquid nitrogen bath))

(All spores can survive 110F if properly dried, moisture inside will instantly boil, killing the spore.)

However, not all temps are ideal, most will work without effort. You will only be playing with quality and quantity, not success and failure.

Recap, from what I gathered from the net...

35F(2C) or lower... (Deep freezer, water organisms don't like it)
40F(4C) (Ok agar storage)
45F(7C) (Ok needle storage, Best agar storage)
50F(10C) (Best needle, agar storage)
55F(13C) (Best needle, cake, Ok agar storage)
60F(16C) (OK needle, cake storage)
65F(18C) (Best cold shock temp)
70F(21C) (Ok cold shocktemp)
75F(24C) (Ok cold shock temp, Ok incubation growth)
80F(27C) (Ok incubation growth)
85F(29C) (Best incubation temp)
90F(32C) (Mild substrate fermentation, Ok incubation growth)
95F(35C) (Accelerated substrate fermentation, Bad incubation temp)
100F(38C)+ (You are now making cooked mycelium/substrate wine)

210F(99C) (Water is now boiling)
215F(102C) (Pre sterilization temp = 7Psi pressure cooker)
220F(104C) (Sterilization temp = 15Psi pressure cooker)
225F(107C) (Your pressure cooker is ready to explode... it is clogged 30Psi)


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Re: 65-71` F = Shroom killing temperatures? [Re: LaughingJim]
    #3492195 - 12/13/04 05:49 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

What happens when your sub ferments?


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Re: 65-71` F = Shroom killing temperatures? [Re: MycoJunkie]
    #3492313 - 12/13/04 06:04 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

65-71F they will grow slower , but since the higher the temperatures the more it affects potency in negative way.

You should be fine.


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Re: 65-71` F = Shroom killing temperatures? [Re: MushroomFriend]
    #3492602 - 12/13/04 06:45 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

My freshly 'noced up cakes suffered temps of about 45-55 degrees, while I was away. When I got back I put them in my incubator and myc growth was slow, and things started looking bad. Then one day myc was everywhere, and growing rapidly, more-so than my last grow. The temp in my incubator has also reached 100 degrees once, but theyre still ok


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Re: 65-71` F = Shroom killing temperatures? [Re: LaughingJim]
    #3492625 - 12/13/04 06:49 PM (12 years, 6 months ago)

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LaughingJim said:
(Food for thought... A cows anus is 98.6F, so is all of her 7 stomachs. Mycelium doesn't grow overnight, it starts growth within the cows digestive track, once exposed to the atmosphere and cooling night temps, after baking/incubating in direct sunlight after a day or two, you see the fruits come out. You also have a constant 88F temp in the patty as it continued to be digested/decompose.)





sorry but this is in correct Dairy cattle have a normal body core temperature of 101.3 to 102.8 degrees F. I don't think mycelium grow begins until after exiting the cows body and if it does it is very slow

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Re: 65-71` F = Shroom killing temperatures? [Re: phantasm]
    #3495021 - 12/14/04 01:15 AM (12 years, 6 months ago)

I am from up north, cows anus is colder here... LOL (Just guessing by human body temp...)

That was just a vaigue, general guide that I drew from reading all these posts, and visiting several sites. (I over-research every-thing, except cow anus temps!)

Fermented mycelum has a sickly sweet smell... (Might still give you a buz/trails, but I wouldn't reccomend it!)


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