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I am moving out of the active mushrooms and into the edibles I just got some pink oyster cultures and I am hoping that before I start some of you can offer me some tips to help improve my success. Thanks
the pink oyster mushroom, as any oyster, really needs TONS of fresh air.
my fist advice would be, not to grow them in a PMP unless you manually fan about 3 times a day, as mine developed primodia but that was it.
also, a great thing about the pink oyster is, they are agressive as whatnot. you can easily prepare rye spawn, but use it as soon as possible because those little fuckers will form primodia just off the rye!
another great fact is, the pink oyster loves warm temperatures, so summer temperatures are no problem and in addition to that, you can grow them on pretty much anything as they completely dig cellulose.
you can recycle your newspaper, grow them on cardboard, use coffeegrounds or straw, just pasteurize and off you go.
Trying out a some liquid cultures with a pink oyster syringe I ordered. I'm crushingly devastated by the lack, failure of, the growth in the jars. Should you incubate at 80 degrees? I'm pretty f'in pissed on this. But I have an extra syringe to try so it may just be my LC jar lid rig that's the problem.