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Re: Pan Cyan on Grain
    #85046 - 04/23/00 05:30 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

i wouldnt use grain- contamz galore... pan cyan fruits much better on manure than on anything else. workman had some success a while ago w/grain and a compost casing, but i suggest you use manure. maybe even try the learner's compost deal... manure, manure, manure. do a search for a member named "ambrose" and "pan cyan" for more info...

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Re: Pan Cyan on Grain
    #85048 - 04/24/00 06:38 AM (18 years, 1 month ago)

Thanks But I have read those posts
I don't fully agree with you on grain.
If you said this to me a year ago I would agree.
I have great success growing mostly Mexican/Amazonian
cubensis they love the stuff you just have to have the right equipment (All American pressure cooker)
I will post the tek for all to read.
and the experments with the Pan's
Check it out.."G'Z"

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Re: Pan Cyan on Grain
    #85049 - 04/24/00 10:48 PM (18 years, 1 month ago)

Pans can be "fruited" on grain or manure,straw, etc.....
I have fruited them on grain and manure.
The manure gave more flushes and bigger fruit bodies!!!!!
The grain will work, expect a lower yield.
The fruit bodies on grain also grew very, very dark blue. They grew this way,and it was not from bruising. The blue color was allmost black.
I believe it to be from a deficiency of Phosphorus.
In my opion, they are easier to grow on grain. For me grain had less contamination.
Contamination on manure depends on the age of manure.( Is it old or fresh?) The fresher it is, the easier it is to get contaminated.
I'm atempting to domesticate a high yielding strain of Pan Cyan for fruiting specifically on grain.
You would have to fruit it from spores over and over on grain. Each time taking a single specimen(the best one) and using its spores to do the next batch.
You should evaluate the best specimen on fruiting ability, colonization speed, pin set, YIELD, SIZE, and vigor!

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