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yesterday i was walking around with a friend and stumbled upon a small patch of cyanescens (about 20 small mushrooms). i made spore prints of all of them and was wondering how i would go about getting them to growing in my backyard. i am broke at the moment so a no cost way to do it would be great. thanks in advance.
The best way I've found is also [unfortunately] not so friendly to the mycelium bed. Take a few obviously colonizing chips from the bed, lay them between two layers of 'soaked corrugated cardboard' [I just used regular box type cardboard, stuck a couple pieces with some jars on a pressure cooker run, could probably just soak according to GGMM]. Make sure you don't have too much water in the container with the inoculated cardboard and you should see the mycelium rip into the new substrate. Expand after sufficient colonization into fresh/boiled woodchips, once you have a bunch of these, you should be able to figure out the rest :)
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