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growing in old basements-cool story and questions
    #4633337 - 09/08/05 11:39 AM (12 years, 7 months ago)

i recently bought an old house(150 years plus) with a dungeon as a basement. it is dark, moist, and humid. it has a dirt floor and what do i find in the dirt-little mushroom patches here and there. this is obviously a good environment for them and i am planning on growing here anyway but the question is: can i try to let them grow on the floor? i planned on using my terrarium but seeing the others growing gave me an idea. anyone ever produce a patch in a similar environment and how? :mushroom2:


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Re: growing in old basements-cool story and questions [Re: beaumcrunner]
    #4633375 - 09/08/05 12:08 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

You may be able to start an outdoor...errrr....basement patch? Don't grow your spawn in the basement though. By the sound of it, you already have plenty of other mold and spores waiting to contam it. Being a basement, it doesn't have the advantages of avoiding contams like an actual outdoor grow does.


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Re: growing in old basements-cool story and questions [Re: FooMan]
    #4633451 - 09/08/05 12:30 PM (12 years, 7 months ago)

Dungeon shrooms, nice!
I presume it is pretty empty? I would start by bleaching the shit out of everything in there. Spray everywhere with bleach solution. It could make a nice clean room, but I think you will need a terranium, unless you turn the entire thing into a terranium


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