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forest cakes??
    #495403 - 12/19/01 12:10 AM (14 years, 11 months ago)

my friend has a large forest in the back of his house and i was wondering, if i put a few of my cakes in the forest, do you think they would thrive and produce mushrooms or just die? sorry if this isnt the right place to post this question


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Re: forest cakes?? [Re: hippy_lettuce]
    #497203 - 12/20/01 08:16 PM (14 years, 11 months ago)

probably will depend on a number of things: -

which species are you thinking of using? i assume it's cubensis, in which case you will have to be living in quite a warm, humid area for them to fruit.

are you thinking of using spent cakes or just-birthed cakes? i would recommend you use your spent cakes. this way, it won't really matter if they fail completely.

it might be better to try one of the other species' which are more suited to outdoor cultivation. some people (the experts around here) seem to have managed to successfully cultivate outdoor beds in a natural environment. it's probably better to use grain or wood chips rather than cakes.


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Re: forest cakes?? [Re: hippy_lettuce]
    #497213 - 12/20/01 08:29 PM (14 years, 11 months ago)

Cultivating woodloving outdoor species like P. azurescens, P. cyanescens, P. subaeruginosa, P. stunzii would be possible if the winter is rather cold.

More on their cultivation at www.sporeworks.com under advice , The Azurescens project.


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