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It's some kind of importent step to isolate the rhizomorphis sectors out of your agar plate.In my case fresh alder woodchips was no as good as beech chips made from dry wood and soaked in water for a day,then sterillized.Pieces of chips was no biger than rice.When I listen to you guys you wanted to let out the use of aditives rich in nutritives,becouse of contaminations.Thats not good idea for me.No healthy,vigorous growth of mycelium without rich substrates.My PF cakes: 2 parts of woodchips 1 part of brown rice.When sliced and covered only whith cardboard pins appears on the bottom side of clear plastic tray too.No air exchange.No extra humidify.Temp.12-19 C. Of course thats happened indors.
Are there any tropical wood substitutes for alder, beech and the like ? I have grown azures indoors once, with the cardboard method, but it seems there are more flushes with the wood method. Hoping someone can answer this ! Peace,
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