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Followed Moe's example and everything is outside finally, 6 patches total- all doing great. I have noticed conflicting remarks about injecting nutrient-rich liquids into colonized trays or casings...But what about outdoor patches??? I realize that aged horseshit could be used but I don't feel like waiting for the mycelium to colonize another whole layer. Is there still very ittle chance of contams w/ outdoor injection of the solution? The outdoor B+ colonized wet leaves and whatnot just great but GT's don't seem to like it and a layer of rye grain only provides food for so long... So what I'm trying to do is strengthen the mycelium by making it healthier with more nutrients. My hope is that this will A) produce more abundant fruits and B) assist in my effort to keep the beds alive through the winter when I bury them under a foot or so of soil. (this technique works, by the way, if anyone was wondering. As long as the soil is dense and covers about 2 feet around and on each patch, there is *usually* a mycelium base when you uncover it the next spring). If I have erred in my reasoning, any help or construstive criticism is welcome.
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