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Amanita Cloning?
    #86023 - 06/02/00 01:15 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

Another question. Would you clone an aminita using the same procedure as a shroom? My friend found a whole bunch of panthers you see so we were just wondering if it was any different than the procedure talked about using cubensis and other shrooms.

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Re: Amanita Cloning? [Re: Fuzzy]
    #86024 - 06/02/00 05:24 AM (16 years, 4 months ago)

As far as I'm concerned the more of me the better. Long live the Amanitas...

Amanitas are mycorhizal, that is they need tree partners in order to fruit successfully. You can still try growing on agar, I have managed to clone A. muscaria tissue cultures from within the cap, but they are very slow growing, and you could try inoculating young pine or birch seedlings and planting them in orchards. Are you sure it is A. pantherina??? They are often confused with Amanita rubescens, the blusher which bruises pinkish. Be careful with amanitas, they're toxic.

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Re: Amanita Cloning? [Re: amanita]
    #1017991 - 11/03/02 11:03 AM (13 years, 11 months ago)

Sorry to dredge up an old post, but how would you go about innoculating the birch seedling? Just create a spore syringe of A. Muscaria and inject into the plant? I'm confused =/

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Re: Amanita Cloning? [Re: LoverofEarth]
    #1018066 - 11/03/02 11:48 AM (13 years, 11 months ago)

You might try to find some rearch or procedures on how some arborist inoculate trees with mycorhiza. You try to soak the roots of young seedlings in a suspension of spores or blended up mycelia. Keep in mind that even if you are successful you are looking at years (and years) of waiting before fruits actual appear. Good luck.

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