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a box of azures or a crazy idea?
    #403200 - 09/25/01 01:57 AM (16 years, 9 months ago)

Alright, originally i got this idea from watching a show on prisons, ya prisons
anyway my basic idea is to find a large cardboard box, like the ones bushels of fruits and things come in, and another smaller box that fits inside, leaving a couple inches around the edges. i plan to fill the smaller box with colonized woodchips mixed with uncolonized chips, place it in the center of the larger box and fill the space between with a mixture of more colonized/uncolonized chips. then i'll throw some big chunks over the top of it all, and finally top it off with...well the top, maybe with a large hole cut in it or a bunch of smaller ones for the mycelia to creep out of. stick this whole food cell in the ground with about 3 inches of space from ground level for a potting soil casing with leaf little and other such junk you find the forest floor

will it work? i've heard cardboard doesn't contaminate very easily, so i was thinking it might keep out the majority of contams, at least long enough for the azures to take over, while perhaps keeping humidity high in the summer and providing a little insulation for the winter.

i've never used cardboard for anything though so i don't know what to expect, am i setting myself up for contams?

any suggestion, comments, criticisms, histerical laughter that such an idea could even be remotly feasible to anyone with half a brain, are warmly invited

if anythign it provided me with about 15 minutes of entertainment while i was blueprinting plans :) hehe

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Re: a box of azures or a crazy idea? [Re: Floyd_]
    #403370 - 09/25/01 08:26 AM (16 years, 9 months ago)

**histerical laughter**

Contamination isn?t that much of a problem when growing outdoors on woodchips.
In this enviroment nature does its job on keeping contaminants and the species you want in balance. So there is not really a point in putting the whole stuff into a carton box.
Best time to start an outdoor azurescens project is in early spring.

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Re: a box of azures or a crazy idea? [Re: Floyd_]
    #518073 - 01/12/02 02:54 AM (16 years, 6 months ago)

Thats a very good idea, but why mess with the cardboard, go to the store buy one of those big as rubbermaid containers cut it down so its only 6 inches high, fill with your colonized/uncolonized chips sink into ground just an 1/2 inch lower and cover with a thin layer of dirt, or just do lots of those litte plastic potting cups plant them all over the place/ out of sunlight.


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Re: a box of azures or a crazy idea? [Re: dracon]
    #518515 - 01/12/02 03:12 PM (16 years, 6 months ago)

Cardboard works great! Colonizes a little slow, like woodchips...but I have had zero problems with contams...this should sork fine. Cheers and good luck.


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Re: a box of azures or a crazy idea? [Re: SThomas]
    #518606 - 01/12/02 05:46 PM (16 years, 6 months ago)

not to mention that cardbaord sucks up moisture like a fucking vacuum.


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