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Offlinefarmer_maggot
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Colonization temp?
    #373978 - 08/18/01 05:47 AM (17 years, 2 months ago)


I have seen a wide range of temps suggested:
PF - 70 degrees with warning "do not over heat"
Ryche Hawk - 80-85 degrees with note hotter is better
Shroom Wizard - high 60s to high 70s,

That is quite a range of opinion. Are there mitigating factors that lead each author to suggest what they did (i.e. substrate variation?).

What is the current consensus on temp?




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Re: Colonization temp? [Re: farmer_maggot]
    #373992 - 08/18/01 06:47 AM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Read P. cubensis Growth Parameters .

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Re: Colonization temp? [Re: farmer_maggot]
    #374012 - 08/18/01 08:55 AM (17 years, 2 months ago)

The mycelium will grow at all those temps, but I believe that 80-85 is best, for fastest growth.

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Re: Colonization temp? [Re: farmer_maggot]
    #374031 - 08/18/01 09:41 AM (17 years, 2 months ago)

Many people say to grow in the high 60s to 70s because that's basically room temperature. Lots of people don't use heaters or anything to keep the substrate at the proper temperature, which for P. Cubenisis is in the mid 80s. Cubies will grow in a diverse realm of environments, but generally warmer is better.



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