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Offlinebugabuga420
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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: bugabuga420]
    #1045079 - 11/11/02 10:31 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

there is also apsen

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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: bugabuga420]
    #1045118 - 11/11/02 10:50 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

I think the aspen would be best.

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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Joshua]
    #1045125 - 11/11/02 10:53 PM (21 years, 5 months ago)

well i just found an answer to my own question, at the online mushroom community www.theomc.com


Substrates for Fruiting: Hardwood sawdust and wood chips, especially alder, cottonwood, oak, birch, and beech. Douglas fir will also support fruitings.

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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Joshua]
    #1125047 - 12/09/02 01:38 PM (21 years, 4 months ago)

Here are some pics from Sunday. I hope that this is the start of a nice flush.

The stem in this pic is from one of the rhododendrons I planted, It looks like it was a good idea.


The area where the pins formed in this pic is where something (me or a deer) left an indentation in the bed. The indentation exposed some of the underlying substrate and caused pinning to occur.


This is some rhizomorphic growth from another area of the bed. I doubt if it is azure mycelium, but thought it would make a nice pic anyway.



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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Joshua]
    #1125358 - 12/09/02 03:07 PM (21 years, 4 months ago)

:cool: 


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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Joshua]
    #1131028 - 12/11/02 02:20 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

Glad to see you got some pins bro.

Hopefully the recent rain's will bring all of us some more fruit.

Please show us more pics if you get the chance.



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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Joshua]
    #1131088 - 12/11/02 03:36 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

Huston, we have a slug problem!

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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Anno]
    #1131882 - 12/11/02 07:36 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

all i can say is thats one slug who's tripping his balls off right now!


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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Anno]
    #1131961 - 12/11/02 08:23 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

Any sluggestions on how to fix this? I ran into the same problem w/ another outdoor patch of a different species this summer. I tried beer, it didn't seem to work. I want to use something non-toxic.

Joshua


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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Joshua]
    #1132518 - 12/11/02 11:53 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

Here you can buy a bait, it?s made with a substance that is not poisnous for warmblodded animals and humans, it?s iron-III-phosphate .

http://www.neudorff.de/ferramol/index.php?page=3
http://www.aramis-research.ch/d/6506.html
http://eesc.orst.edu/agcomwebfile/garden/pestsandpesticides/slugcontrol.html

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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Anno]
    #1133710 - 12/11/02 08:43 PM (21 years, 4 months ago)

http://www.greengardener.co.uk/slug.htm
Works great on slugs and is harmless to
the rest of your garden.I found it works very well
and after a couple of years use it seems to not
be needed any more :-) and is simple to add when
your watering :smile:
Good luck,great thread and congratulations 


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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Joshua]
    #1133846 - 12/11/02 10:01 PM (21 years, 4 months ago)

High Joshua,

I always protect my seedlings by covering them with a kind of maze. Thin enough for slugs to stay out. A same sort of thing is used to keep flies out of your food when outdoor eating. Hope to have given you some inspiration to deal with the problem :smile:

How about potent slugs for dinner????? 


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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: MeneerCactus]
    #1134144 - 12/12/02 03:26 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

maze?

I screen of some sort?

Joshua


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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Joshua]
    #1134295 - 12/12/02 04:26 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

High Joshua,

Ofcoarse it is called a screen. Or maybe a wire-screen. The stuff I use is about 1cm*1cm as all the residential slugs seem to be bigger than that.



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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Joshua]
    #1135279 - 12/12/02 10:28 AM (21 years, 4 months ago)

Congrats Joshua!
I hope you take more pictures!
Fantastic job!


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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: MeneerCactus]
    #1136818 - 12/12/02 08:42 PM (21 years, 4 months ago)

Meneer, that's so simple it's genius. i'm gonna have to use that if i do an outside grow again, slugs are evil little buggers.


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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: canid]
    #1141813 - 12/14/02 08:24 PM (21 years, 4 months ago)

tip : to keep slugs at bay plant garlic .
most other insects can be repelled by sprinkling used coffee grounds .
and , empty beer cans will keep deer out of your garden , because it smells like a deer hunter  :grin: 

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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: em_bre_O]
    #1172771 - 12/26/02 09:29 PM (21 years, 3 months ago)

Thanks for the advice!

These pics were taken Christmas eve. The mature caps were 8 cm (3 in.) in diameter.









Bon app?tit!


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Re: The Azure Project (11/3, pins!!!) [Re: Joshua]
    #1173183 - 12/27/02 05:44 AM (21 years, 3 months ago)

Bbbeeeeeeeauuuttiful!

Great photography Joshua... Great to see some more fruits!!!

yay you! :smile:

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