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Panaeolus cyanescens produce some extremly potenty mushrooms which are easily grown indoors, as for the growing procedure, read the mushroom cultivator front to back over and over again until you know it by heart, take notes, there is a lot of info in the mushroom cultivator that no one has mentioned or posted ont his site trust me, you need to read the mushroom cutlivator tyo grow the healthiest shrooms!
Re: Most potent mushrooms growing method wanted. #85620 - 05/16/00 02:07 PM (18 years, 6 months ago)
Where can I get Panaeolus cyanescens spores? Should I get yhe syringes or the prints or does it matter? Does that book use inorganic chemicals to produce potent mushrooms? And should I get a really big aquarium? (I need to know cause one's for sale for pretty cheap) -TETRA
Re: Most potent mushrooms growing method wanted. #85621 - 05/16/00 02:18 PM (18 years, 6 months ago)
Workman at http://www.sporeworks.com offers three types of panaeolus cyanesces, one type from cambodia which is new, one type from hawaii and another type from florida. don't worry about getting the aquarium or whther to use spore prints of syringes, first you need to read the mushroom cultivator because if you seriously want to learn about mushroom culture you have got to read this book, in the mean time check out this site and learn as much as you can, then ask questions, go to the grow/find section and check out some of the articles. also once you have read the mushroom cultivator you should also read growing gourmet and medicinal mushrooms, two great books they cover every detail!
Re: Most potent mushrooms growing method wanted. #85622 - 05/17/00 07:41 PM (18 years, 6 months ago)
I couldn?t agree more. There ?s a lot of stuff written down here that should actually be posted in the "newbie" section. Why else would we have an "advanced mushroom cultivation" section. Online communication needs to be structured this way to develop.
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