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OfflineSirus20x6
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Found in plant fertilizer bin
    #4709864 - 09/25/05 03:04 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)



Ok left the top of of my gardeninf ferts and it rained, drained the water put the lid on forgot about it and have this and atleast one other kind growing but its behind some clear plastic that I dont feel like touching at the moment. the ones that I can see clearly look very fuzzy with a hint of brown under the fuzz just on the caps. they are growing on a bunch of brown paper bags packaged in a clear plastic bag that have been soaked in miricle grow bloom ferts. (MG kinda sucks btw) the bloom ferts are high in potassium and phosphorus.

The ones that are behind the plastic look like small cubes but I know they don't grow wild in my state. I should also mention that I tried a while ago to grow azures and these small ones which I dont have pictured yet might be some spores from that, seeing as this was just feet away from where I tossed my failure of an azures grow. Ill post some pics of those when I get some good gloves on.

As a side note Im gonna grow these in a dry fish tank with a lid on it for looks :smile:


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OfflineSirus20x6
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Re: Found in plant fertilizer bin [Re: Sirus20x6]
    #4710004 - 09/25/05 03:40 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)


Here are the smaller ones, I guess they are all the same kind but the little ones still have a brown head. the big ones there got borken off they are the same as the big pic above.


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Re: Found in plant fertilizer bin [Re: Sirus20x6]
    #4710021 - 09/25/05 03:44 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

I dont see any pics


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Re: Found in plant fertilizer bin [Re: LazyGnome]
    #4710047 - 09/25/05 03:51 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)



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Re: Found in plant fertilizer bin [Re: Sirus20x6]
    #4710178 - 09/25/05 04:25 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

that might be a type of Coprinus.


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Re: Found in plant fertilizer bin [Re: GGreatOne234]
    #4714944 - 09/26/05 04:56 PM (11 years, 3 months ago)

looks a bit like coprinus comatus, but a bit small and under-developed to tell. spore print would be key.


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