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Author Topic: Stropharia Rugoso annulatalet cultures  (Read 106 times)

GeneQueen

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Stropharia Rugoso annulatalet cultures
« on: January 25, 2020, 03:21:38 pm »

If Anybody is looking for Stropharia Rugoso annulatalet me know i will me making new cultures this week.
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Re: Stropharia Rugoso annulatalet cultures
« Reply #1 on: January 25, 2020, 09:56:35 pm »

..i might be interested, i plan to get into growing edible mushrooms this year..
ive got tons of pine woodchips in my yard, if anyone knows what would grow best on pine chips, please let me know!
i can send some seed in exchange.. will send a list later on, when available :)
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MadPlanter

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Re: Stropharia Rugoso annulatalet cultures
« Reply #2 on: January 28, 2020, 01:23:02 pm »

The only thing I think that would enjoy pine is turkey tails and maybe Phoenix oysters. Could be wrong though.

I too may be interested in some of your culture. I'll look into these guys and get back with you.
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Re: Stropharia Rugoso annulatalet cultures
« Reply #3 on: January 29, 2020, 07:16:58 pm »

I was accepted as a member but i am still having trouble navigating.Possibly i'm still restricted in my responses to privet messages.
The stopheria would not like pine, as mentioned above not many mushrooms do. oak, Maple, ash are preferred but many other will do. Just try to avoid scents. A stropharia bed can produce fruit in fall if you start early spring but for the most part you will e waiting a year to reap the benefits. Followed by spring and fall fruits for many years.
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Re: Stropharia Rugoso annulatalet cultures
« Reply #4 on: January 29, 2020, 10:08:29 pm »

Sent you a message, I could definitely use one! Would be up for a trade

I used to work on a farm and they went feral. We had a patch on straw in the ground and I'd find little one scattered in the manured veggie beds about 100ft away.
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Re: Stropharia Rugoso annulatalet cultures
« Reply #5 on: January 30, 2020, 01:25:51 pm »

I have oak and maple available if only I could find a way to chip up the logs...

So your saying take the culture and kinda bury it in a thick bed of a good wood chip type for them? If so sounds easy enough.
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Re: Stropharia Rugoso annulatalet cultures
« Reply #6 on: February 01, 2020, 03:11:42 pm »

MadPlanter, have you thought of making wooden dowel spawn and inoculating some logs directly?
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Re: Stropharia Rugoso annulatalet cultures
« Reply #7 on: February 02, 2020, 01:50:00 am »

Yes I have. I've never inoculated dowels myself but have bought them and done logs. Funny thing I ordered several mushroom species but only turkey tails grew out of every log...I either was ripped off or one type was that and it viscously spread to the other logs. Hear turkey tail can do that. I didn't order that specifically either. Ordered reishi, oyster, lion's mane, and shiitake. Got none of those lol and turkeys on everything.
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