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OfflineIowa Rasta
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planting flushed out casing outside
    #655185 - 05/31/02 08:54 AM (14 years, 11 months ago)

ok i have this rather nice sized casing thats after its third flush im coming to the conclustion im not gona get much more like this so i was wondering if i could plant it outside and get anymore mushies. the weather here latly has been pretty damn warm and humid during the day and raining during nights. so if anyone can tell me how to plant it outside and get more mushies itll be nice


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Re: planting flushed out casing outside [Re: Iowa Rasta]
    #655378 - 05/31/02 10:32 AM (14 years, 11 months ago)

I would suggest digging yourself a nice little hole to hold your casing somewhere where it is nice and shady most of the time.


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Re: planting flushed out casing outside [Re: Iowa Rasta]
    #656606 - 05/31/02 09:44 PM (14 years, 11 months ago)

Yup, and if ya got any straw or hay, soak some overnight and lay it loosely over the hole. This will ensure a higher humidity and protection for the little guys. Water/mist the straw lightly every day or so when it looks dry.


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Re: planting flushed out casing outside [Re: angryshroom]
    #656633 - 05/31/02 10:14 PM (14 years, 11 months ago)


good idea!....the only thing that might pose a prob is the fact that
the casings are flushed out. Like angry shroom said, using some straw, or dung
even better (pastureized) to provide more nutrients, and the desired humidity
would be benefecial. You can "lace" the hole w/new material, top it off with some
casing soil, then throw some grass seeds on it to create the right microclimate
even and should produce. This is only because the food is gone and the mycelium will
probably become contaminated if not. Good luck with the project, and keep us
updated.....


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Re: planting flushed out casing outside [Re: OpiatEyes]
    #657183 - 06/01/02 10:09 AM (14 years, 11 months ago)

well my casing isnt totally flushed out im sure if i let it grow it will produce more just not in abundance. So i was thinking of planting it in hole (broken up)and mixing a little with some cow dung and then covering it with various sizes of pieces of dung wetting it every day (or when it looks dry) i might add some hay now tho to cover the dung. But where i want to plant is next to and under a plant its nice and leafy with big leaves (i think its called hybiscus but i might just be pulling that name out of my ass) so where the plot would be is like 5 or 6 inches under those leaves. it still gets light but nicely filtered and its right next to my house and right near it i have a hose to use to make it like "artificial rain" tell me what you think of this plan (oh yeah and do you think that ill get as big of fruits as big as these grown on dung outdoors) i got this picture from the hawks eye it is Equador and so is that casing i want to plant outdoors


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Re: planting flushed out casing outside [Re: OpiatEyes]
    #657536 - 06/01/02 03:23 PM (14 years, 11 months ago)

bringing to top so others with info might help out


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