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OfflineAzure
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ANNO:YOur V. volvacaea
    #443422 - 10/31/01 05:19 PM (22 years, 5 months ago)

Have you been able to fruit your V. volvacaea? I finally have fully colonized wheat straw supplemented with bran and cased with peat with a pH of about 7.5. Stamets claims this species likes it a little bit basic. The casing is incubating at 80 degrees F and was cased a week and four days ago. There are no signs of pins yet.. I've read that this species pins really fast.any ideas?

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Re: ANNO:YOur V. volvacaea [Re: Azure]
    #444364 - 11/01/01 03:45 AM (22 years, 5 months ago)

>Have you been able to fruit your V. volvacaea?
No. I had some contamination problems and then I gave up trying.
As far I know the species likes it really warm. Good luick with yours!

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Re: ANNO:YOur V. volvacaea [Re: Anno]
    #447069 - 11/04/01 08:14 PM (22 years, 5 months ago)

me neither. im waiting till summer hits in full...

so anno how did the cultures i sent you go?


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Re: ANNO:YOur V. volvacaea [Re: aNaPhylaktik]
    #447337 - 11/05/01 01:18 AM (22 years, 5 months ago)

>so anno how did the cultures i sent you go?
the subaeruginosa recovered nicely, iss on rye now. I want to prepare a few galons of spawn for the spring.

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