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TO KILL TRICODERMA SIMPLY PALCE INTO DIRECT SUNLIGHT
THIS IS INFORMATION IS GOLD DIDN'T LOOK TO SEE IF INFO HAD BEEN POSTED EARLIER IF IT IS IT IS SI TI. OUTSIDE COMPOST GARDENS INOCULATED WITH CUBE MYCELIIUM MAY NEVER HAVE TRICODERMA. PROBLEMS.
An experimental observation. Can't definitively confirm. theory of sunlight spectrum (life and death) on certain molds, probably why cultivated bisporus grows in the dark(and nobody can explain what light has to do with pinning of mushrooms). Tricoderma does't need no sun to grow. Try it the sun ain't going to hurt you cubensis. Or if growing (green tricoderma)on the casing remove the casing. Break up the grain and inoculate manure. Then, don't case at all, expose to sun daily, the next flush will be a brilliant red in many species of qubes(expecially when the previous flush/es is/are grown using artifical light). And tricoderma will be dead. And one may become. But, I can't prove this is true in all situations.