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P. azur. indoor (just idea)
    #951875 - 10/11/02 04:00 AM (21 years, 7 months ago)

hi!
m idea is, and I'll try it soon, to use a tek as follows:
for fast colonisation, I use straw granulate and shreddered wood as substrate.
as growing chamber I use a fridge, with wet perlite on the bottom for high humidity.
I think the reason why nobody has managed to grow Psilocybe azurescens indoors yet is
that the mushroom needs lot of oxygen...

so my idea is to install something that is called "Hofmann-Zersetzungsapparat" in Germany (kind of electrolysis of water)
to get the oxygen out of normal water!
the only problem is to get rid of the hydrogenium, else it'll get a bit risky...

after substrate is colonized, it is put into the fridge (with cold light installed at top)
and temperature is set at 4?C for 1 week.
when pins show, temp is raised to 10?C

what do you think about it?
(sorry I don't know the english expression of "Hofmann-Zersetzungsapparat")

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Re: P. azur. indoor (just idea) [Re: Waldarbeiter]
    #951939 - 10/11/02 04:32 AM (21 years, 7 months ago)

>the only problem is to get rid of the hydrogenium, else it'll get a bit risky...

And, where witll the hydrogen go? An where will the carbon dioxide go?

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