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Hehehehe, who cultivates them at home? A very determind cultivator.....see it take 15 years for a patch of Amanitas to appear in the wild! Yes they are legal....And Im sure Paul Staments has a print or 2 but good luck gettin em' I dont think your gonna find a print, but you could always find a wild Amanita and print it. Just be ready for a 15 year wait!
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Ummm ... First of all a. muscaria is mycorhizzal(sp i know), it's next to impossible to cultivate at home or in a lab. I also know that Workman sells spore prints of this species. The spores are white, on black cardboard. And If I am not mistaken a few other places/people sell them as well, for cheap. Also it does not take an A. Muscaria spore 15 years to fruit from germination, it takes roughly around a year, give or take a while. peace.
Last time I ate amanita's it made me puke!!! Although the nausia could have been the result of high altitude. These damn mushrooms are very common here in the mountains of Colorado. We have the kind with dark red caps and yellow-white spots. I would suggest letting nature grow them. They seem to grow on evergreen roots out here. I dont know how hard it would be to simulate a nutrient transfer like that.
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