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Offlinehardwaters
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PF Tek for non actives
    #4656505 - 09/13/05 08:34 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

Can I use the PF Tek for edibles that I find in the woods? Normally they grow on dead tree stumps. I just picked a bushel of honey mushrooms and would really like to grow them all year long.


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Re: PF Tek for non actives [Re: hardwaters]
    #4656519 - 09/13/05 08:38 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

don't quote me as I am still a noob but wouldn't you (for wood loving, mushroom) have to probally use a wood substrate?

who knows


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Re: PF Tek for non actives [Re: hardwaters]
    #4656555 - 09/13/05 08:47 PM (11 years, 2 months ago)

We have a edible and medicinal shroom forum you can ask about edibles
I believe Azures and Ps Cyans are the only active wood loving species
Im shure they are some more active wood lovers but i dont know a whole lot about them


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Re: PF Tek for non actives [Re: hardwaters]
    #4658239 - 09/14/05 04:22 AM (11 years, 2 months ago)

You can buy alder chips for smoking fish, and either replace the rice altogether or use half rice half alder...

this formula is far from perfect, most grows done this way have shown small fruits, but there have been people who have had success...

experiment to see what works...


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