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Re: If you had access to a HUGE outdoor dung heap?
    #84937 - 04/19/00 10:59 AM (16 years, 7 months ago)

please.....


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Re: If you had access to a HUGE outdoor dung heap?
    #84939 - 04/19/00 11:58 AM (16 years, 7 months ago)

I would go a combination of the two. Plant rye "seeds" over a medium sized patch of shit. The mycelium needs to find other mycelium to form a network, so this should work better than just sprinkling around randomly, and hoping and waiting for fruits. Actually, your first method may work too.
I don't have much expeience in outdoor cultivation, but I felt bad that nobody was answering and it's almost time for the holidays.


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Re: If you had access to a HUGE outdoor dung heap?
    #84940 - 04/20/00 03:53 AM (16 years, 7 months ago)

thanks anyone else ?

I help soooooooo many people :frown:



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Re: If you had access to a HUGE outdoor dung heap?
    #84941 - 04/20/00 10:30 AM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Isolate a smaller pile of manure, because your growing time will be shorter. I use 1 pint for every cubic foot of manure I use.
Take a large container and poke a few small holes in the bottom( in case it rains you dont want to flood the fruit) put the horse manure in it. Open your jar and break apart the cake very good. Sprinkle it in the manure and mix it. Place the container out side where there is some shade. I also put a thin layer of vermiculite on top of mine at this point. Then I just let nature take its course. If it's very dry there, I would mist the manure a few times a day. This is how I do it.

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Re: If you had access to a HUGE outdoor dung heap?
    #84942 - 04/20/00 10:34 AM (16 years, 7 months ago)

THANK YOU

at last...
time was getting of the essence...



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Re: If you had access to a HUGE outdoor dung heap?
    #84943 - 04/20/00 07:32 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Thanks bluhoney.
Burple,

You can try to integrate that colony into the natural environment. If your species grows on horse manure, then you could feed the grain to 2 or 3 horses, and hope the colony is not killed by the equine digestive system. Then it could continue to multiply in the horse and eventually fruit on a horse turd in their pasture. To make the cycle perpetuate, the horse would have to eat some spores on the grass that grew up around the turd and they would germinate (what exactly do they call that?) and colonize and fruit, ad infintum...

If it was P.Cubensis, I'd feed a good chunk of it to several cows from the same pasture after I made sure that those cows eventually got to browse that pasture where they took their spore dump.

We can all be like Johnny Appleseed (or Jony Shroomspore). (Notice the genderless name.)



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Re: If you had access to a HUGE outdoor dung heap?
    #84944 - 04/20/00 10:56 PM (16 years, 7 months ago)

Triguy, thats not a good idea, the stomach would destroy the mycel.
feed spores if anything...
If you want a reliable outdoor patch, nothing can beat wheat straw topped with manure (not too fresh)
very good even in a more arid summer.
I'd set up a few of those patches and hope they sporulate enough to create a lil niche in the eco-system.

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