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InvisibleUv1
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    #829226 - 08/19/02 09:41 PM (21 years, 9 months ago)


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Invisibleshaggymane
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Re: Boletus indoors? [Re: Uv1]
    #829241 - 08/19/02 09:57 PM (21 years, 9 months ago)

I have never heard of it-

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Re: Boletus indoors? [Re: shaggymane]
    #829289 - 08/19/02 10:44 PM (21 years, 9 months ago)

Hey there,
I have a feeling that boletes are similar to amanitas, in that they need a living host plant to survive (Pine trees), so I think they are pretty damn hard to cultivate. I don't have any info beyond this though.
But I agree, boletes are great edibles, we hunted for em a lot this season, they taste so good! A bit of olive oil, bit of salt, in a hot pan till they're golden brown, *does italian 'food good' kissing thing* also great grilled in the oven

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Re: Boletus indoors? [Re: Uv1]
    #829454 - 08/20/02 03:09 AM (21 years, 9 months ago)

Feel free to try, and good luck! The problem is that Boletus edulis is a mycorrhizal species - that is, it requires a living higher plant to grow on. I am unaware of anybody successfully cultivating (and fruiting) any mycorrhizal mushroom. All cultivated mushrooms are saprophytic - they rot things, almost always plant remains.

If you can find a way to do it, your financial future is fairly certain to be very bright. There are many other mycorrhizal mushrooms you could grow which would be worth a fortune (truffles, anyone?).


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Re: Boletus indoors? [Re: ToxicMan]
    #829470 - 08/20/02 03:34 AM (21 years, 9 months ago)

Truffles are being cultivated. I believe you need to innoculate the roots of whichever type of trees they are associated with.

Definitely a long term project tho',and not very suitable for indoors!

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Re: Boletus indoors? [Re: aural]
    #829601 - 08/20/02 05:34 AM (21 years, 9 months ago)

Actually, I have a hazelnut growing in the back yard which is innoculated with Tuber melanosporum (none yet after 4 years).

My post was just alerting the original poster to the idea that they need to understand the ecology of the species to be cultivated before they will have a realistic chance at success. If a technique could be devised to do it, we could have true cultivation of these economically significant species, rather than cultivating innoculated trees and bushes and hoping the mushrooms will grow.


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