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Hi, I'm new to this forum but am an experienced grower. My question is simple, given the perfect setup with a regeneration of water and nutrients, would it be possible to have everlasting mycelium that would flush intermitently for ever?
If not, wouldn't it be possible to simulate a perfect environement for the culture so that the spores of the growing shrooms would be enough to recolonise the area and go through the whole process again with little to no intervention? (Again with a regeneration of nutrients and humidity.)
This topic has been touched on alot. It is more efficient to just use new subsrate. Contams are always an issue when people start adding sugar to water. If you clone your bigest shroom stem innoculate say some rye or birdseed with that, then use all the grain to spawn say some straw you will have too many mushrooms. If all you want to do is pick shrooms go for a nature walk in your nearest forest. If you want to grow them then its going to take work.
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