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My friend's parents cought him growing a strain of psilocybe cubensis. He promised never to grow another psilocybe until he moves out. He doesn't want to leave the 'myco-scene', and wants to continue learning about fungi.
Are there any mushroom species which grow in similar conditions as cubensis? Substrate/climate/care/etc.? Preferably a mushroom with medicinal purposes, but gourmet will also do. I heard that oysters grow similar to stropharia.
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Medicinal polypores are very easy to work w/. Ganoderma lucidum, Polyporou sulphureous, Trametes verisicolor, Grifola frondosa, etc.. All very easy to work with, but grow out on wood chips. Why do you want something similar in cultivation to cubies? That's pretty limiting.
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