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very cool experiment. Cow dung and horse dung and sheep dung has always been hard to get. But rabbit dung is all over the urban area (pet stores, your sister's pet, blablabla)... I guess this simplifies the dung growing a bit.
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Excellent! Good work Jonah! I've curiosly awaiting results of this since I heard about it. Now, just need a reason to explain to the pet store why I want all of their rabbit shit! What strain was that, I don't seem to recall...
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Strain: Equadorian Spawn substrate: Brown Rice Flour/Vermiculite cakes Casing Substrate:Rabbit Dung/Vermiculite Temperature Range: 75 to 95 degrees Humidity: Avg with thunderstorms about once a week and once a day misting.
These holes can be made in any shady spot and are extremely non suspicious looking. Until the mushrooms begin to fruit, they look like...well, nothing, it just looks like soil and leaves. And even afterwards, the mushrooms look very natural, not cultivated, making this method perfect for urban/suburban guerilla who wishes to grow with the incredibly productive dung, which normally is nearly impossible to come by for the city dweller. Make patches everywhere: the police station the park, your backyard, your mom's backyard the local high school...this method is unequivically ideal for neighborhood communal cultivation....spread the love...everywhere
Mycofile... that was very funny. I was thinking the same thing. But maybe you can tell them you need it for a school experiment! Keep us updated. By the way, can anyone tell me what they are reffering to when they say "cake". And whaT is substrate? SORRY NEW AT THIS. HAs anyone added herbs to their compost?
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