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Has anyone had sucess with P.semilanceata?
    #603624 - 04/09/02 08:57 PM (14 years, 7 months ago)

I have a jar of P.semilanceata,dried and packed in honey.Well it is about 30% filled with spawn.All the air space and much of the honey is taken over by the delicate mycelium.I am going to make a liquid inoculum from it.My question what is the consensus on the best chances for creating a perrenial patch,the pasture I have or would I be better off creating a special environment.Let me add I realize the problems associated with the culture of P.semilanceata so this is just an experiment but I would like to see it succeed.Perhaps I should also try inoculating sterilized straw to create more inoculum?It appears to me as though free of contaminants at this point(perhaps honeys antibiotic properties inhibited the competition) and I live near the area where the mushrooms were found . Am I wasting this freebie by inoculating my goat pasture?Any body have a better plan to try this out?.P.S. I am a newbie to the site but have some experience with P.cubensis and P. cyanescens(on cardboard).Many thanx in advance WR.


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Re: Has anyone had sucess with P.semilanceata? [Re: whiterasta]
    #603751 - 04/10/02 12:05 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

(j.Gartz) has hes the only one i know of who grew them indors


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Re: Has anyone had sucess with P.semilanceata? [Re: whiterasta]
    #603752 - 04/10/02 12:05 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

(j.Gartz) has hes the only one i know of who grew them indors chek erwid.org i think


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Re: Has anyone had sucess with P.semilanceata? [Re: whiterasta]
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Re: Has anyone had sucess with P.semilanceata? [Re: whiterasta]
    #604087 - 04/10/02 09:27 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

I think that liberty caps needs to have a symbiosis with grass to grow.
but you probably know that....


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Re: Has anyone had sucess with P.semilanceata? [Re: flein]
    #604102 - 04/10/02 09:55 AM (14 years, 7 months ago)

I had pretty much assumed a symbioitic link with the grasses,hence the notion of a simple inoculation of my own pasture,it has many of the same varieties of grass.But as I raise goats not horses or cattle I am concened that I could be missing an important element that could be corrected with a simple amendment to the soil or by creating specialized grassbeds.I've always wondered what would happen to P.semillanceata if grown on and with a high alkaloid Phalaris sp. such as tuberosum.So how about I try this and post what I find.First select a prime location in my pasture then fortify with manure and straw and plant a high alkaloid Phalaris in the bed,then Inoculate with my active mycelium?PS Phalaris grows all about the area where these are found.PPS Thanx loads from the new guy! Bon Chance.WR


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