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OfflineShroominator
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Fertilizer Idea
    #355771 - 07/16/01 11:29 AM (23 years, 14 days ago)

If someone were to take a chunk out of an apple, scrape a spore print into the hole, put the chunk back into place, and then feed it to a cow...what are the odds of them getting some nice yields from its crap?

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Re: Fertilizer Idea [Re: Shroominator]
    #355780 - 07/16/01 11:54 AM (23 years, 14 days ago)

you know that wouldnt work!! dont act like some little kid having ideas to make lots of shrooms! youd probably have a nice chance if you made a bed in the middle of a cowfield and let the mushrooms sporulate everywhere = ) it would half to be the right season and stuff though. the spores would just get disinigrated by the cleanliness of a cows stomach (that why they have such nice shit) and if they diidnt they would get contaminated.

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