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Azure's finished, WOOHOO!!! What to do next?
    #3970506 - 03/25/05 11:44 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

Ok, so afoaf did up several batches of Hammond strain azure spawn. Just done on whole grain rice, and boy did it blue just shaking during colinizing.

Well anyways, afoaf doesnt live any where close to right climate for an outside go at it. I done the research for him, but nothing really cutting edge or different for an inside attempt...

I would love some input from anyone who might have an idea, doesnt matter how complex. Will log it and share with whomever is interested.

Any ideas appreciated.


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Re: Azure's finished, WOOHOO!!! What to do next? [Re: XTCollection]
    #3970526 - 03/25/05 11:47 PM (13 years, 3 months ago)

Also have birch plugs as an option, manure, cardboard, pretty much anything.


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Re: Azure's finished, WOOHOO!!! What to do next? [Re: XTCollection]
    #3970668 - 03/26/05 12:14 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

I haven't did much research on Azures, read some up on Cyans though. What climate conditions are around you? Cold climate or really dry climate? Either are correctable.

As for now, I would spawn into some birch plugs. Use a decent sized bag and you will have a decent amount of time before you have to consider moving outside.


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Re: Azure's finished, WOOHOO!!! What to do next? [Re: XTCollection]
    #3970990 - 03/26/05 01:30 AM (13 years, 3 months ago)

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XTCollection said:
Also have birch plugs as an option, manure, cardboard, pretty much anything.




Manure? For P. azurescens? Nope, this won't work well.
Check www.fungifun.org/azurescens


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