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Good sub-tropical species?
    #531874 - 01/26/02 12:25 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

So, tell me about your favorite sub-tropical species.

It gets really hot here in the summer time, and I hate air conditioners, so I'd like to pick up a strain that will live and thrive in hot temps.

-tc


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Re: Good sub-tropical species? [Re: tullycraft]
    #532125 - 01/26/02 04:26 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

My friend! we have a Species that will thrive in the type of climate you reside in. It is the Psilcoybe Subcubensis Strain. Which is the pantropical sister species of Psilocybe Cubensis and is found throughout much of the tropical range. You can find this by clicking on the link below.


Edited by Mushroom_Madness (01/26/02 04:35 PM)


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Re: Good sub-tropical species? [Re: Mushroom_Madness]
    #532219 - 01/26/02 06:21 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

so, what sort of tek should I apply to this strain? And what are temperature ranges for germination and fruiting?


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Re: Good sub-tropical species? [Re: tullycraft]
    #533139 - 01/27/02 06:14 PM (15 years, 7 months ago)

Any tek you are comfortable with will work, but if your a beginner, then I would recommend the Magic Mushroom Growers Guide. You can find numerous tek?s here at the shroomery or you can browse through the tek?s on our web site by clicking on the link below.

I don?t want to incriminate myself by saying how to produce an illegal substance so I can't say what is actually the best temp for germination and fruiting. Just trying to be safe, but I can tell you what will work in theory.

Theoretically, 88f - 96f will work for germination, and 84f - 88f will work for fruiting. Theoretically, if your temperatures fluctuate between -4f for germination and +4f for fruiting, you will still be able to produce what you are looking for... in theory that is!


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Re: Good sub-tropical species? [Re: Mushroom_Madness]
    #16685463 - 08/12/12 02:47 AM (5 years, 1 month ago)

What about cultivating other edible/ medicinal genus in the sub-tropics?? 
Temp approx -Mean max 26.4 °C (80 °F )and Mean min 16.2 °C (61 °F) in Summer sometimes over 40 and winter below 0?

Anyone want to share personal experiences esp low maintenance outdoor grows or point a beginner in the direction of some high yielding genus?


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Re: Good sub-tropical species? [Re: Mei Osis]
    #16685482 - 08/12/12 02:51 AM (5 years, 1 month ago)

:oldthread:
That's THREE ancient threads on the first page!!
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Re: Good sub-tropical species? [Re: Wimy]
    #16685491 - 08/12/12 02:54 AM (5 years, 1 month ago)

This oneis older then a lot of the TC's lol

I agree stop reviving old threads!


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Re: Good sub-tropical species? [Re: Wimy]
    #16691911 - 08/13/12 09:09 AM (5 years, 1 month ago)

I don't understand why a thread being old makes it invalid?

Surely this is so, if the information is outdated/ incorrect or misleading, but this isnt the case here??? 
I searched for topics containing subtropical cultivation and this thread was already relevant so why create a new one asking the same question ?:confused:


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Re: Good sub-tropical species? [Re: Mei Osis]
    #16691918 - 08/13/12 09:12 AM (5 years, 1 month ago)

Quote:

Mei Osis said:
I don't understand why a thread being old makes it invalid?

Surely this is so, if the information is outdated/ incorrect or misleading, but this isnt the case here??? 
I searched for topics containing subtropical cultivation and this thread was already relevant so why create a new one asking the same question ?:confused:



Because the people discussing this topic are long gone, probably.


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