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OfflineMycoGlowFlow
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out door magik
    #416819 - 10/07/01 01:18 PM (17 years, 13 days ago)

my friend has been growing for a while now and he always dumps his cakes by his compost pile in his back yard. it very damp and gets about three hours of light a day. we both live in michigan and i was wondering the chances of the mushrooms to start growing naturally even though they are native to michigan (p. cubensis) what do u guys think?

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Re: out door magik [Re: MycoGlowFlow]
    #416823 - 10/07/01 01:23 PM (17 years, 13 days ago)

wow thats a great question, some one should answer that great question

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Re: out door magik [Re: MycoGlowFlow]
    #416850 - 10/07/01 01:53 PM (17 years, 13 days ago)

it is a great question.. the answere is, if all the requirments are met, such as addequit temperature range for fruiting and there's enough moisture for the shroomage then by all means the mushrooms will grow. why wouldnt they?
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Re: out door magik [Re: DrJoseph]
    #416854 - 10/07/01 02:01 PM (17 years, 13 days ago)

do you think the mycelium and or spores will last through a michigan winter?

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Re: out door magik [Re: MycoGlowFlow]
    #416887 - 10/07/01 02:58 PM (17 years, 13 days ago)

um.. im not sure. i feel bad about this but i have NO idea where any of the US states are located and if they're warm and have no winters, like florida, or have winters, like newyork. those are the only 2 states i know the weather of cus i've been to them both. i dunno.. can spores be frozen and come back? im pretty sure they can. so ya, i think they will last through the winter.
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Re: out door magik [Re: MycoGlowFlow]
    #417467 - 10/08/01 01:57 AM (17 years, 13 days ago)

it gets really cold in parts of northern and central alabama in the winter, but there are always shrooms in the fields in the summer.

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