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OfflineGroove_N
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Shrooms in your potted plants?
    #407730 - 09/28/01 07:12 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

I created a few PF cakes, and after Full colonization I birthed them.
After extracting the first few cakes from the jars. I noticed quite a bit of mycelium on the jars. So on the rest of the jars I knocked off the dry vermiculite off the top (had signs of mycelium in it) and into some of my potted plants indoors.
I then took the empty jar with the traces of mycelium on the bottom/sides, and instead of just washing them. I added some water and swished it around to get the mycelium off the sides/bottom and into the water. I then proceeded to pour this on top off the dry vermiculite in the pots.
3 days later I have noticed signs of mycelium growing in the vermiculite/pot.

My question is has anyone done this with success? I know there is a large chance of failure and contamination, but I figure what the hell.




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Re: Shrooms in your potted plants? [Re: Groove_N]
    #407866 - 09/28/01 10:16 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

Keep me informed, if it works hell I will give it a shot with my leftovers!
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Re: Shrooms in your potted plants? [Re: Groove_N]
    #407871 - 09/28/01 10:23 PM (15 years, 2 months ago)

The mycelium will probably continue to grow... but I don't think there would be enough nutrition in your plant's soil to support fruiting. I know that potting mix is often used as casing material. I, too, would be very curious to know how this comes out. Keep us posted!

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