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MushCult - Live Mushroom Cultures Shop: Edible and Medicinal Mushroom Cultures on Agar

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OfflineMwhod
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    #709070 - 06/28/02 09:04 PM (16 years, 4 months ago)

Hello. This morning i went to a pasture near my house to gather some shit. Field with about 5 horses, and cows sometime go into to graze. And also, they mow the field every once in a long while, chopping down the hay/straw/whatever. As i was turning some shit over, i noticed small spots of mycelium in numerous patties (big field and i only looked at a small part). Upon further investigation i noticed a few pins growing on the underside of some of them =D. The biggest i seen was about a half inch, thin (was growing under the shit) with an orange top turning to white. I further noticed some pins coming directly off of shit in the taller grass, but none bigger than 1/2 inch. Recently we had rain for about 3 days, and it further rained this evening (needed it).

I live in east tennessee, wich i have read that only pan. subbs. and another type are known here (i didnt think none would grow because of the cold winter). Are these orangish ones likely to be a pan subb? I am going to be checking it in a few days to see if anything has progressed. The pasture has been there for a good 80+ years..







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    #710051 - 06/29/02 03:26 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

the pins/mycelia were growing on both horse and cow manure, if that makes a diffrence.







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    #710104 - 06/29/02 04:21 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

Ps. Cubensis could easily grow in Tennessee in the warm weaher, if it has been wet, especially in a long established cowfield. It also can grow in horse dung...go back tomorrow and check again!


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