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I live on a cow farm up here in northern PA...I'm always hunting for shrooms, always find quite a few different varieties, but they never match the descriptions I see in the shroomery archives. I've yet to find one actually growing out of cow shit.
Anyway...I have some PF jars in their 4th week of colonization, I used 2 pint jars, as it was all I had. They're moving very slowly, and pehaps stalled completely. Could I introduce the mycellium into the cowshit or some other type of substrate outside with favorable results? Any tips?
I'm doing it the right way now, with some 1/2 pinters I picked up, but I've got about 20 of these big guys going, and I'd hate to lose that progress.
thanks for any input, I'll be glad to reciprocate if I can.
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I'm no expert by any means, but I think it's almost too late in the season to introduce cubensis mycelium into the wild. Like I said that's just a guess. I'm getting some spores sometime soon and I'm sure it will be too late by then. I plan on giving them to a friend because I'm moving to Germany soon so I don't need them because Amsterdam will be a 4 hour train ride.