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Some good thoughts here..there was a thread awhile back about someone using sweetn'low in his substrate that appeared to induce rhizo's but i never saw any folow-up on it. Yeah, vts ithink there is definately room for experimentation w/ these polymers, however, i have read that inducing nutrients into 'water crystals' is not recommended..More research needed.Later
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I was thinking along those same lines when I posted a question here this week, but I got 0 replies, I asked what the specific nutrient requirements of Psilo-Cubies were. I got the idea when reading the post about water crystals/polemers for a casing layer, why not supliment these polimers with exacly what the mushroom needs to grow with and use it for a substrate. I think that you could reduce your risk of contamination by specificaly tailoring your substrate for the needs of higher fungi. What do you people think?
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