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Postponing mushroom growth
    #350360 - 06/27/01 09:57 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

If someone has already cased cakes, what is a good method of keeping the casing from fruiting(prolonging initial growth while un-able to tend to the cases) The only thing I can think of is to add more caseing on top of the mycelium growth. Any sugestions would be a big help.

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Re: Postponing mushroom growth [Re: MAYA]
    #350375 - 06/27/01 10:15 PM (15 years, 8 months ago)

Cold will make them dormant. I don't mean the 10 degree drop in temp used to induce fruiting, get them near freezing. Although cubensis don't really grow in areas that experinece harsh winters, species that do have no problems being frozen all winter. And experiments with freezing cubensis spores were successful, I think you may be able to freeze cubensis mycellium for future use.

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Re: Postponing mushroom growth [Re: ]
    #350500 - 06/28/01 03:12 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Thanks guys,

You both brought my mind to realize what I already knew somewhere in my head. I once kept jars in the fridge for a month or so and they grew to be great things after cased. Guess the same concept aplies all around.

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Re: Postponing mushroom growth [Re: ]
    #350507 - 06/28/01 03:37 AM (15 years, 7 months ago)

> I think you may be able to freeze cubensis mycellium for
> future use.
You don?t mean freeze like ice cream, or do you? Have you ever tried this with success?

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