|Gottlieb's Producers Guide||-|
|Psilocybe Azurescens and Psilocybe Cyanescens Teks||22||Admin|
|Isolating Tampanensis mycelia||1||Fishy1|
|Mapping the Mycelial Network||-|
|P. weilii Info||2||8/03||Millet|
|P. semperv Info||1||8/03||Millet|
|?on outdoor cultivation in NY state.||18||bob jones|
Note, we feel the data in this chart is a little ambiguous. The sample sizes were small (single shroom?) and the potency variations even in the same species can range this entire chart, but this shows P. Cubensis neck in neck with P. Cyans for potency, and the members here without question feel that is inaccurate. P. Cyans is much more potent than P. Cubensis
|By Happerous Maximus (Happyguy) on Monday, January 07, 2002 - 09:54 pm:|
If one had a good method for growing edible mushrooms, such as oyster or shiitake mushrooms, could that same method be applied to growing cubies? Meaning, would a same substrate be good for cubies that were good for other edible mushrooms like the ones mentioned-- techniques such as logs and other wood teks-- Would cubies grow in this fashion; if one were so inclined?
|By quote: (Quote) on Tuesday, January 08, 2002 - 02:46 pm:|
no, cubies are dung eaters, not wood.
|By ShrooMaster (Shroomaster) on Tuesday, January 01, 2002 - 10:29 pm:|
a friend of mine who's been in the hobby a while more than me is thinking of moving on up so to speak. he mentioned copes and said something about white millet seed.. he really seems set on white millet seed for some fucking reason. will this fly, and is there a te i could maybe pass along? im assuming this is gonna be a lil more involved than brf cakes...
|By Fishy1 (Fishy1) on Tuesday, January 01, 2002 - 10:50 pm:|
IMO, white millet is easy and cheap. A buck for 10 pounds here.
I used to hate it. Now I do 2 pt seed to 1 pt water and PC for 1 hour.
Got cope clones on it as we speak
PF cakes work well, too-as spawn.
See Ralphs tek in the archives for growing Pans.
best of luck--they are quite easy, w/any experience