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i have been browsing the Shroomery for quite some time now looking for the answer without any results. someone out there knows something. a lot of people who sell mushrooms claim that they are hydroponic. the only method of hydro cultivation i have found would be using a hydropod. i only say this because this method uses the same little balls that some of my friends use in there hydro plant setups. is there really another way besides cakes and casing?
-------------------- we are all lost in a world of what we think we know, when in reality it's a world of unknown.-me
Haha.. hydro shrooms. I've smoked the hell out of some hydro bud but never heard of hydro shrooms. ALL shrooms need water, so any shroom could be 'hydro'. I guess using a hydrapod could be considered more 'hydroponic' but.. all teks have some way of getting water to the shrooms..
So.. some shrooms could be more 'hydro' than others.. but its nothing special. ;p
a hydrapod(TM) is not a hydroponic system like you use for growing bud. in a hydro system, the nutrients are provided in the water and supplied to the roots via a drip or ebb-n-flow system. a pod supplies water, but the BRF (or other grain or flour) in the cakes supplies the nutrition.
anyway, don't buy that line if they lay it on ya... never heard that one myself.