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Offlinevatoloco
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    #536238 - 01/30/02 06:30 PM (22 years, 1 month ago)


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Re: effects of similar incubation and fruiting env [Re: vatoloco]
    #536492 - 01/31/02 12:18 AM (22 years, 1 month ago)

would the lack of noticeable environmental conditions between colonization and fruiting stages make the mycelium reluctant to fruit?


I would imagine so..

You really should incubate the jars at a warmer temperature. Keep the casings at fruiting temps... high humidity ... air flow.... light.... patience

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Re: effects of similar incubation and fruiting env [Re: vatoloco]
    #536545 - 01/31/02 01:42 AM (22 years, 1 month ago)


I have a different opinion than Shroomism. I incubate always at room temperature (in the dark), not mattering which mushroom: Pan cyan, Psi. cubensis, ..., etc.

Sure, high temperatures helps to speed up things with some of the above species, but brings also problems like higher chance of a contamination taking over, or ambient wether too dry or to wet, etc.

I used to cold shock, but then it was clear to me that it isn't needed for the most species.

Sometimes cubensis needs maybe 2 weeks to show pins, but they will fruit for sure, so be patient and don't worry!

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