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Invisiblesrivatsa
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List of cold safe species?
    #497142 - 12/20/01 04:53 PM (22 years, 4 months ago)

What are all the species that will survive a long hard winter?

Will cubensis die in a hard winter?

By hard winter I mean -50 F
Of course it's warmer in the ground; thats air temp.

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Re: List of cold safe species? [Re: srivatsa]
    #497194 - 12/20/01 06:07 PM (22 years, 4 months ago)

-50?F ! ! ! ??
Where yre you, Antarktis?
I don?t see a light for any mushroom species if it gets that cold. Cubensis is a subtropical species, so no chance with that.

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Re: List of cold safe species? [Re: Anno]
    #497673 - 12/21/01 08:01 AM (22 years, 4 months ago)

I live in Montana. In the valley right next to the mountains. We have lots of cottonwoods. It's really perfect for some woodlovers. 

I know we have morels and fly agarics. Lot's of other lbm's. Polypores. 

It gets so cold I can do cold shocking teks in my house. Want 40 F ? Put it in my bathroom, laundry room, or next to the window overnight. If you just want 50 F. It's 50 F in the house all the time. I have good blood circulation :wink:


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Re: List of cold safe species? [Re: srivatsa]
    #497706 - 12/21/01 09:22 AM (22 years, 4 months ago)

bbrrrrrr!!!!

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Re: List of cold safe species? [Re: MAIA]
    #497722 - 12/21/01 10:09 AM (22 years, 4 months ago)

carmel caps: wood lovers
p. azurescens, p. cyanescens, p. bohemica
pasture lovers: straw/dung lovers
p. hispanica, p. semilanceata, p. stuntzii, p. firmetaria and subfirmetaria, p. baeocystis
I would just put a deep layer of straw over your beds in the winter and a piece of burlap secured over the top top help insulate
you could experiment with the p. weilii, but I am not sure if it would work or not.
if your house is that cold, why not experiment with the woodlovers inside? the temp is the main reason noone fruits them indoors. you just need 2-3x the air exchange that cubensis require.


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Invisiblesrivatsa
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Re: List of cold safe species? [Re: azurescen]
    #499272 - 12/23/01 11:20 AM (22 years, 4 months ago)

thanks

yea I was going to try the woodlovers indoors. I just need some prints for em :smile:

Where can you get p. semilanceata and some of these other rarely traded prints? I know of some grass mounds by the river..... Should be warmer in the winter next to the river. Thats where all the cottonwoods are too.

I'm thinking of innoculating some of those spiral dowls and gettin busy on the downed cottonwoods by the river.

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Re: List of cold safe species? [Re: srivatsa]
    #500059 - 12/24/01 11:58 AM (22 years, 4 months ago)

i used to live in billings. is that were you live? in my experience i would definately think it much to dry there for good growth but it seems worht a try


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